Walking is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things. It is the one way of freedom. If you go to a place on anything but your own feet you are taken there too fast, and miss a thousand delicate joys that were waiting for you by the wayside. Elizabeth von Arnim


Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Spring : )

A couple of signs of spring this morning.  (not in my yard)
The first daffodils I've seen blooming this year.  : )
Robin in the sunshine.
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31 degrees this morning but the sun was out and there was no SNOW.  : )  The sun wasn't up yet when I left but once it came up it warmed up and was a beautiful morning for walking.  

I walked the Farm Loop.  Such a pretty walk and one of my favorite places to walk.  Once in a while a car passes but today I didn't see any at all.

Maryanna was walking her dog and we stopped for a little chat.  We ended up talking about the tree with the one arm that I take pictures of quite often.  She has lived here a long time and remembers the tree when it was a full and healthy tree.  She too takes a lot of pictures of it. : )

It's only a little over 4 miles around the loop so I walked around town too to get my full walk in.
Walked 6.2 miles.
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We left a little early for bowling and stopped at the Tractor Supply Store.  They had baby chicks and I stood and watched them for a while.  So cute!!
Had fun again bowling and there were 7 of us there today.  Not such great scores for me.  115, 117, and 130 in that order.

Afterwards we stopped at Walmart for a few things and then home. 
A salad for supper today.  Two different kinds of lettuce, celery, croutons, pecans, cranraisins, with Raspberry Walnut Lite salad dressing. 

Hope everyone had an enjoyable day.
happyone : )
My Three Happy Things
  1. No snow, daffodils, and the sunny robin.  Signs of spring.
  2. Baby chicks
  3. Bowling
Comment replies:
Deb - the tracts are given out all over everywhere we go.  Don't always hand them to people but just leave them around.  One here, one there, you never know who might pick one up.  Most people take them and say thanks, hardly ever are people mean or rude.  I usually leave one in my library book when I return it.  It can always be a good book marker if nothing else. : )


Ruth Hiebert said...

Beautiful springtime images,complete with baby chicks.

Cat Lover said...

Love the daffodils! No sign of any here yet. Your supper last night sounds yummy.

Vee said...

Your pictures are so pretty and the robin is positively magnificent. I like the way you use tracts, too. Oh, and the chicks took me back to those Easters when we always got a little dyed (poor things) chick.

Adam said...

they are very cute