A sunny morning and 50 degrees at 6:30 when I left
on my walk.
Walked straight through town, up Barn Sale Rd, then
down toward Happy Trails, and back to town.
Around both cemeteries and the ball park loop, through town
again and then home.
Lisa was out running this morning and we passed in one of the cemeteries.
Haven't seen Joe in a while. He works for the town and I see him
most mornings somewhere around town in his truck and he always waves to me.
Learned from another worker that he has had knee replacement surgery
and is recovering from that.
There are a lot of swallows at one of the cemeteries and I took
a bunch of pictures of one sitting on a wire this morning.
Every single picture was blurring.
A lovely morning for a walk.
Walked 6 miles
🦅 🦅 🦅
Had to stay home this morning and get the lawn cut again.
It grows so fast this time of year.
After lunch I got some more weeding done in the gardens.
It was sunny when I started and after a couple of hours I felt
the first drops of rain. Kept weeding for a little while until
it started raining hard and then called it quits.
Sat on the porch for a while watching it rain till I started getting
wet there too.
So that drove me back in the house.
Too late to get any work started in the house so I read. 😊
Ken's was up at the house all day.
An inspector came to check out our well water.
Took away samples to test.
It's been running clear and fast so hopefully it will be fine.
Should know something by the end of the week.
When Ken came home he drove me back to the new house
so I could get a look at the kitchen sink that the plumbers put in today.
I can't believe this is my sink. I've always wanted one like this.
Both of my grandmothers had one just like it.
The color we picked was a gray.
Couldn't get a good picture of the color today so don't have a picture.
The rain passed and once again the sun was shining by suppertime.
That's it for today.
Life is Good
Count your blessings
"Choose the path of joy, and you'll have a new spring in your step
and your heart will be truly blessed."
~ Steve Taylor