This morning when I walked it was snowing, 32 degrees and on the windy side.
Sunrise 7:33 but I never saw the sun.
Walk Steps 12707
The snow was just starting to stick but the main roads were wet.
Side streets were getting to be a bit slick for walking and after walking here
I stayed on the main road.
Walked past the Dollar General to the turn around spot up at the farm which is down this way about a half mile.
Walked back through town. Sidewalks were good because of all the grit on them.
Continued walking out of town toward home about a half mile down here before turning around and walking back to town.
Lastly I walked around the lower cemetery.
The only person I saw was Phil the Wiggleman.
The snow was better than rain (didn't get wet) and it really was a nice walk.
🌨 🥾 😀
It snowed throughout the day but didn't really amount to much.
Finished Beartown and some of you wanted to know how I liked it.
I thought it was excellent and gave it 5 stars.
Started the second book in the trilogy, Us Against You and it picked off right where the first book ended.
After hearing me talk about the book Ken is now going to read it - pretty sure he will like it too.
It's about a small town out in the middle of nowhere that doesn't have much going for it except the hockey team. Everything revolves around hockey. That being said it is not so much about hockey as the people.
Did a variety things this afternoon.
- Played a game of Scrabble with Ken
- Sewed the first strip of weave-its together for the baby blanket
- Knitted a few rows on my afghan
- Though I didn't start it yet, picked out the next puzzle to do.
We've done this one before and it is a challenge but I love the picture.
Kind of reminds me of my town.
Nothing else for today.
Thanks for visiting.
Hope your Friday has been a good one.
You have it easily in your power to increase the sum total
of this world's happiness now. How?
By giving a few words of sincere appreciation
to someone who is lonely or discouraged.
Perhaps you will forget tomorrow the kind words you say today,
but the recipient may cherish them over a lifetime.
- Dale Carnegie -