I saw a deer on the path to the lake and the only reason I saw him was that he moved. The deer blend so well into the trees. Heard a tap tapping up in the trees, looked up and spotted a downy woodpecker.
A couple of geese at the edge of the water in the sun.
Looking through the trees I saw a fisherman down by the water. Zoomed in on him a bit.
Steps for my walk this morning were 12,465.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~All went well with the closing of the Savage house on Friday afternoon and we are very pleased!!
I finished reading The Forgotten Affairs of Youth by Alexander McCall Smith. It is one of the Isabel Dalhousie novels and I have the latest one to read next. Nice to read about the old familiar characters from the previous books.
Home today getting started on this weeks cleaning. A nice sunny day and I have the laundry outside on the lines blowing in the breeze. I look forward to smelling that fresh outside smell on the sheets tonight! : )
I was taking a break downstairs and reading a bit when Ken came down out of his office and made me a cup of tea. : ) It's been almost a month now since Ken has retired and we have settled into our new routines which can change at a moments notice if one of us an idea to do something. It is working out great and nice to have my best friend around more often.
We are thinking about going to the diner not too far from our house tonight for supper and having a club sandwich. I've been in the mood for one of them for the past few days.
I had a few days blog break and it's nice to be back again. Seems longer than just three days.
A happy day to you my friends.
Happyone : )
We should not be too surprised
by the kindness of strangers,
as it is always there.
~Said by Isabel in
The Forgotten Affairs of Youth
by Alexander McCall Smith
Pam - What a nice thing to say. : ) How kind you are!!