Happy to say I had a very nice walk OUTSIDE this morning.
31 degrees, very windy and after sunrise it was sunny.
Walked all around town, the ball park, and both cemeteries.
Walked down the road and saw a bulldozer
getting ready to destroy and old shed.
(behind that old house in town that I hoped someone would buy and fix up)
Picture not that good because I was a block away.
The road was blocked off so I couldn't get any closer.
A little while later I walked past again and the building
was in the process of being smashed.
It made quite a racket.
And finally it all came down.
Now it all has to be hauled away.
I'm sure the other two buildings will be coming down too.
Saw Roger out walking his dog Andy around the ball park.
Didn't see Joy but she has been walking a little bit later.
Walked my usual 6 miles
☀️ 💨 😊
Another oatmeal breakfast for me, no raisins this time just brown sugar.
After saying yesterday that I was reading The Pickwick Papers
by Charles Dickens and others comments on him I started
thinking of all the books of his that I have read and made a list.
1. The first book of his I read was David Copperfield many years
ago and that got me hooked. Read it twice
2. Tale of Two Cities - read it twice
3. Great Expectations - read it three times
4. Oliver Twist
5. The Old Curiosity Shop
6. Domby and Sons
7. A Christmas Carol
8. Bleak House
9. Martin Chuzzlewit
10. Barnaby Rudge
11. Nicholas Nickleby
12. The Chimes
13. The Cricket on the Hearth
14. The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Ken finished 1984 and was of the same opinion as mine.
A bit boring and depressing.
Did a bit more work around the house (inside) and then
just puttered about.
Didn't feel much like cooking so for supper we had
hot ham and cheese sandwiches which hit the spot for us.
We also added a few potato chips.
Our frozen little waterfall outside our bedroom window.
Thanks for stopping by.
A happy Wednesday to you. 😊
👩🏻🦳 happyone ❤️
Mari and Deb - Thanks for the title of the Dickens book, The Life of our Lord, that he wrote for his kids. Will have to get a copy.