I saw the heron along the path by the stream on the way to the park. The other day when I was sitting on the deck, I saw one fly over my house!
My camera was acting strange this morning. When I turn it on, the lens goes out and back in again when I turn the camera off. I had taken a couple of pictures this morning with no problem. Then when I went to turn it on again later the lens kept going in and out over and over again. I finally had to hold the lens in and not let it out when it finally turned off. That happened a couple of times and then finally it went back to normal. I'd better start looking around for a new camera. I don't think I could function very well without one. : )
Everything is so nice and green now. Look how nice the path looks with green on either side - I love this time of year.
Found a penny in the Giant parking lot.
I was about to leave the house for my knitting group this morning when the UPS man came with a letter for me. It was something I needed to get notarized and mailed out again quickly so I made a stop at the credit union to get that done before going to knitting so I was late getting there. I sewed weave-it squares together there today.
I parked over at the old house and walked over to knitting because I did some more yard work after knitting. I spent an hour and a half picking up more sticks, raking, bagged leaves and mowed the rest of the front yard. I filled three bags of leaves and one trash can of sticks. A little more left to do in the front and then I can start on the back. Of course I'll have to mow and trim the front often but at least it will be easier now.
Thought about skipping lunch completely because it was so late by the time I got back home but decided I should eat something, so I had a small baked potato.I should be getting some stuff done around the house but here I sit on the computer instead. Oh well, the work will just have to wait. : )
Till next time........
A smile from me to you.
Happyone : )
Who forces time is pushed back by time,
who yields to time finds time on his side.
~ The Talmud