Another picture from the other day when we were up at Happy Trails.
☃ ☃ ☃ ☃The rain snow mix turned to snow overnight and it was still snowing this morning. Fearful that ice was under the snow I started the day walking 3 miles in the basement.
It snowed on and off all day. Mid morning I bundled up and went outside to shovel the driveway once again. I thought it would be good exercise and then I wouldn't have to do any more walking in the basement. I ended up walking 3 more miles just going back and forth getting the snow off the driveway. I have one of those push shovels for the snow and it works great for me. Ken called me in for lunch and after lunch I went back outside and finished up.
We drove down to La Vale and had dinner out at Henny's Grill to celebrate our anniversary which is today. : ) 43 years of happiness - well, 40 years of it has been happy. : ) We had steaks and they were just okay but we enjoyed our evening out. We should have gone to Morgantown to the Outback.
I was all set to watch Harvey last night - the old movie with Jimmy Stewart, made I think in 1950. I had picked the wrong one and got the remake of the movie with Harry Anderson in it made in 1999. We watched it anyway and though Harry Anderson did a pretty good job he just wasn't Jimmy Stewart. I went on Netflix after it was over and ordered the correct one this time.
I've started knitting a pair of pink and purple slippers for a friend. Also started knitting a baby blanket. This is a simple one with just straight knitting squares in 5 different colors and then sewing them together. Now I have 4 projects started at the same time and can switch off.
- Bright Orange scarf for myself for walking
- Weave-it baby blanket
- Knitted squares baby blanket
Hope your day was sunny and bright and you were happy and content.
happyone : )
Our wedding was many years ago.
The celebration continues to this day.
~ Gene Perret
A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love,
trust, partnership, tolerance and tenacity.
The order varies for any given year.
~ Paul Sweeney