|Picture taken from the school parking lot.|
✿ ✿ ✿ ✿35 degrees this morning when I left the house at 6:25 this morning. No wind and I watched the sun come over the mountain as I walked along the Farm Loop road. A beautiful morning.
Coming back down to town along the road in the above picture I walked through one of Farmer Marvin's barnyard roads. You can see the barn in the above picture too. This one is taken walking up to his barn. I walk around the barn and it comes out by the Drane house and then I go up the hill to the cemetery. Farmer Marvin has given me permission to walk here. I don't do it often but it's nice for a change.
I saw quite a few red winged blackbirds again, a rabbit and the killdeers.
Stopped this morning to talk to the man having the three day yard sale at the house that is for sale. His wife's aunt lived there all her life and just died a few months ago at the age of 89. So they are selling house and the contents.
Walked 6 miles.
✿ ✿ ✿ ✿After breakfast and doing a few morning routine things around the house I went outside mid morning. The sun warmed things up nicely to the mid 50's and I cleaned up, dug a nice neat edge around it, and weeded one of the front gardens where all the daisies grow. It took me till lunch time. After lunch it warmed up even more to 65 degrees and I went out again and mowed the lawn this time. We have a riding mower and I enjoy riding around on it. : ) It's not as much fun as the first time I used it but I still like mowing the lawn.
While I mowed Ken cleaned out the shed in back. He made some shelves and and got all the little things off the floor. Nice and organized now.
When work was done we sat out on the front porch. I think spring has finally arrived in Garrett county.
A happy day to you.
happyone : )
Faith can move mountains,
but don't be surprised
if God hands you a shovel.
~ UnknownComment Replies:
Diana -I like the pancakes I make at home better too than the ones I eat out.
Eileen - I thought the birds from yesterday were some kind of sparrow. Thanks for identifying them for me. : )