It was 25 degrees but the sun came up and stayed out and it was a beautiful morning. I walked around town so I would be close to home if I got tired. Picture is of the little pond in town. I walk by it on my way to the cemetery and the Drane house where the my horse friend lives.
Lone Chicken is no longer alone. She has five new roommates. Two white chickens and three red ones. When I talked to them Lone Chicken talked back and the others just stood there. I was going to give her a new name but decided to leave it Lone Chicken. : )
I met a woman named Sylvia who was walking her BIG puppy, a Malamute named Saber around the loop by the ball park. I can see her house from my house and she is a cashier at Lowe's. She didn't look familiar but her voice sounded familiar. It was kind of hard to tell what we looked looked with hoods and scarves on!! Next time we go to Lowe's I'll look for her! Her and her husband almost bought our house before the people we bought it from bought it!!
These two trees are actually one tree that the trunk split in two. I thought it looked pretty against the blue sky.
I walked 5.5 miles - 11,362 steps.
I found a penny.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~We've been home today. I did some knitting and counted cross stitching in between trying to catch up on blog reading.
After supper we headed out to church to hear Don Williams and see his chalk drawing. I was going to take a picture of the drawing but forgot. He draws a picture and then when a black light is shined on it, you see another picture in the picture. It was pretty cool.
Home now and I'm just about to go and have some ice cream.
Pleasant dreams, my friends.
happyone : )
I want to take a minute,
not to ask of anything from you,
but simply to say
for all I have.