|I know the bread isn't good but my oh my, I'll make this again|
We could vacuum and clean the Suite but first, I wanted to search for something. Funny how things run through your head after experiencing the death of a close relation. When you are caught up in the midst of the ‘after’ steps, as Bill was, we realize that there are things asked for by the funeral home and required by various Government offices. Where is our marriage certificate, Bill asked. Hmm. We haven’t looked at it since selling the house so we began the hunt.
|On our drive today, saw all these sheep in the field|
|We were behind a funeral procession and the sheep were very curious at the fence|
where they turned into the cemetery
|Part of our drive took us to Wingham|
|The Cowbell brewery in Blythe, love the street appeal|
|Riverside Diner in Durham|
|And even though the sun made no appearance on Monday,|
it gave us a peek at sunset
Tuesday, June 5th we were both awake at 5 and Bill turned the Blue Flame heater up a notch. Yes, we broke down yesterday morning and brought it back in from the bunky. We didn’t want to be using the furnace this week when we could save propane. It was cool again this morning, around 7C/45F and very dull outside again.
Our Jell-o plan last week was to drive to Keady Market and Owen Sound this morning but decided to stay put. I’ll get to Value Village and Bill to Princess Auto another Tuesday. It is senior’s day on Tuesday at V.V. so I like to poke around and see what jumps into the cart. I’m expecting a package today, my Fitbit bands, so have a funny feeling I will need cash to pay UPS. Oh well, the price is still good and I will be happy to have 4 colour choices.
|Parcel in the mailbox, no extra charge!|
Today, I fried cut up bacon and the last of a package of frozen hash browns before adding eggs. Yum, that tasted pretty good and now we have another little bit of space in the freezer. With the dishes cleaned up, I washed quickly and brushed my teeth. The roar of an engine out on the road, caused me to believe it was UPS. Their trucks are noisy and the drivers step on it in their scurry to deliver the day’s parcels.
|a little more stylish than my normal black|
|My flower box is displaying nicely|
We are invited over to our new friends with Rob and Pat tonight for a barbecue. Ellen doesn’t imbibe so it didn’t seem right taking a bottle of wine. I found a couple of little ‘mobile’ things, meaning things they could take in a rv when they go full-time, that I hope they’ll like. Knowing Pat would want to do something similar, I stopped by to tell her what I’d done. We split the difference and are good to go with the gift I bought.
|The steps Rob built|
I think they will be wonderful!
They followed us to Ellen and Scott’s place on Cty Rd. 10. Oh my, what an absolutely gorgeous home these two have. It would be terribly hard for anyone to let go of such a place but their goal is set on full time rv’ing and we support that decision too. They took us on a tour of their cement home with in-floor water heat and too many other features to mention. We hope they are able to sell and move on to the next stage in their life.
|Ellen happy in the kitchen|
and what a beautiful kitchen it is
|Tanner was quite comfy on anyone's lap|
What a sweet dog
|As one person had to move, Tanner got moved around|
It is all about the dogs, you know!
|Pat, Rob, Scott, Ellen, Bill and I|
in the house that Scott built
Other than a great dinner out, we have had a couple of lazy relaxing days with not too much going on. I hope your days have been good ones too.
|Our own sweet pup, all comfortable.|
At last, relaxed!