☁ ☂ ☂ ☂It was 44 degrees this morning when I left at 6:35 on my walk. It was dark and before long there was a very light sprinkling of rain. Very light so that I didn't even get wet, just a bit damp.
First went to public works and dropped the water bill down the slot and then headed over to the Post Office and mailed the rest of the Christmas cards that I wrote out yesterday.
Walked around town on no special route, just making up my mind which way to go as I walked along.
The oldest gravestone in one of the cemeteries is 1829 where James Drane from the Drane house is buried and his is the most primitive marker.
These two are the most fancy with scenes sketched on them.
I walked 5.6 miles.
Found a dime.
☂ ☂ ☂ ☂Some Christmas cards have been trickling in during the past week. I think a lot of people have stopped sending cards out, but I still like to do it.
Wanda, one of the prisoners I write to and the most regular one who writes back to me sent me this bookmark that she crocheted in a Christmas card. : ) She wrote, "I know this isn't much but Merry Christmas." Little things like this are much and it touched my heart. : )
It's been raining all day but supposed to turn cold tonight so it might turn into snow so we shall have to see. I may be walking in snow tomorrow!
Hope your day has been a happy one.
happyone : )
Oh for the good old days
when people would stop Christmas
shopping when they ran out of money.