I saw a few deer, some red winged black birds, cardinals, the usual geese, and a tiny little gray bird that I don't know what it was. This bunny let me get close so I could take his picture.
I walked 6.2 miles.
While I was walking Ken left with a truck load up to Happy Trails. Everything we can bring up there now is one less trip when we finally move. He is going to put this load in the tractor barn and for the next couple of months we will keep the tractor outside. He's coming back home tomorrow. I decided to stay home this trip. I want to get more stuff packed away and have the house spic and span for tomorrow morning because a man is coming to take pictures of the house.
I've had a frustrating half hour of trying to get a couple of screens back in the windows. There is some very easy way to do it but I just can't seem to figure it out. I've had this problem before. I was NOT happy trying to get it done and though I hated not being able to do it ended up just putting the screens back in the garage.
Then it was lunch time and my peanut butter and jelly sandwich put me in a better mood. : )
I was happy that the sun came out because I got three loads of laundry washed and hung out on the lines.
I've been eating lots of dried apricots lately. I love these things. It is like eating candy. So sweet and delicious.
Hope your Thursday is filled with sunshine.
Happyone : )
The best kind of friend
is the kind you can sit on a porch swing with,
never say a word,
and then walk away feeling like it was the best
conversation you've ever had.
That saying may be true but I don't think that would be possible for me. : ) I would just have to say something!!!
Vee - HT is 158 miles away from the lake. It takes us 2 1/2 to 3 hours to get there. There are no lakes that I can walk to but I do have that little pond in town.
Kim - No, I'll be sorry to leave my dentist but won't be making the trip back down. The sellers of the house have already recommended a good dentist to us. I'll just take my cookies there when I go. : )
Nellie - I give the cookies to Cheryl and she puts them at her station and shares them with everyone. I'm pretty sure she holds some back and takes them home. : ) It is such a pleasure for me to see the expressions on their faces when they taste a cookie. They are like little kids. It makes my heart smile. : )