A lot of robins out this morning getting those early worms for breakfast. A few geese were on the grass by the school too.
Along the way I saw quite a few others out walking, running and walking dogs. Even saw a few people riding bikes. A beautiful morning to be outside.
As I was walking down a street near my house, I had to take a picture of this car. I can't believe someone parked their car in the middle of the road like that!! Nice park job!!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I left the house at 9:30 with the cookies I baked yesterday and went to pick up my friend MaryJo. We went to church for a ladies get together where we picked our Secret Sisters for the year. We talked, played a couple of games, had some food to eat and had a fun time. There was a paper to fill out with some information about ourselves and then we put them all in a box. Then each of us drew out a paper to see who our Secret Sister would be. Now throughout the year I get to surprise her with fun things. I can knit her things, make cards, give her little presents, pray for her and encourage her. It is really fun to do. I can't help wonder who picked out my name. :-)
Here is the table of goodies.
Last year the woman on the right sitting at the table was my Secret Sister.
A little after 12:00 it was all over and I drove MaryJo back home and then came home myself. Ken was out for the morning and we met up a little after 1:00 and had some lunch. Then we drove up to Westminster to browse around an antique shop. I bought a kitchen utensil for only $3. The one used to cut butter into the flour. I have a few of them and plan to hang them somewhere in the kitchen, like I did the cookie cutters.
So here it is in the evening already and the day just seemed to zoom by.
Now it is time for a little relaxing at home. A little TV, knitting and reading.
Hope you enjoyed your Saturday.
Don't forget, we turn the clocks ahead tonight. Looks like I'll be walking in the dark tomorrow morning again.
A smile from me to you.
The most wasted of all days
is one without laughter.
~ e.e cummings