☀ ☀ ☀ ☀Early morning it was cold and icy so I didn't walk outside and walked 2 miles in the basement. The sun did come up though and it sure was nice to see the sun and a bright blue sky.
It was Baby Blanket day at church this morning so I left at 9:30 for that. Only 7 of us were there but as usual we had fun making the blankets and talking.
All the material is out there on the table and every one picks out the material they want to use. You can see my place at the table there with the weave-its.
I was back home for lunch and afterwards I went outside for a walk. Even though it was 19 degrees, the sun was shining and there was no wind. With the sun out a lot of melting going on. I walked around town to see where places were clear of ice and snow so I'll know where I can walk tomorrow morning. During the night all the wet places will have turned to ice again.
I walked over to the post office to mail off a birthday card to a friend and stopped at the library to pick up the next book club selection. It was decided to read another book anyway even though this month it was cancelled. We'll just discuss two books in March.
The cemeteries haven't been cleared of snow nor has the loop behind the ball park. Most of the roads are clear and dry, though not the sidewalks. I'm pretty sure I'll be able to walk in the morning. Even though it was so nice to take a walk outside this afternoon it is still not quite the same as a morning walk. There is just something better about an early morning walk.
I saw an older couple walking and they said hi and commented on how beautiful it was out.
Walked 4 miles outside.
We felt like pizza tonight for supper so we went to the new Little Caesars for one. We got the thick crust this time. I think I like that better than the thin one they make.
Now for a nice cozy evening at home. I'm thinking cheese and crackers for my snack later tonight. Plan on doing some knitting too, and maybe even have a little time to start my book.
Hope your day has been a happy one.
happyone : )
A people that values it privileges above its principles
soon loses both
~ Dwight D Eisenhower
BettyC - Very creative! : )