On Tuesday, Mar. 20th, officially Spring, I woke up from a dream, this one about my daughter, Bridgette and son, Patrick. So vivid! Yesterday, I woke up from a dream about Mom and my Uncle Don, who passed at least 8 years ago. Nice dreams though which is always a treat!
|I was surprised to get this much this morning|
and then the clouds closed up again
Nothing exciting on the walk today so after doing my mile, I returned to a still quiet Suite. As I began making my tea, Bill also rose to greet the day. We drank, read and ate our grapefruit together as per usual and at 9:30 I made bacon and eggs for breakfast. Ron and Freddy were out for some morning exercise and stopped by to make some plans for tomorrow. We are enjoying the time we can spend with them.
|Looks like the wind got the best of this canopy|
|The heron is sitting on the log, taunting me|
But at least I caught him
I went on Facebook as instructed and posted a picture that I found it and where. Now that the children have left this area, I want to place it here in this park in the hopes that someone finds it and continues to help it travel the country. I love stuff like this, that is probably the kid in me, something I am not opposed to admitting.
|So, this is what I posted on Facebook|
Loree dropped over at one point and gave me a business card for a hair salon in town. They got their hair cut today and the price is right. So, I’m going to call in the morning to get an appointment. Ron popped in even later still and brought us a book that I think I for sure am going to enjoy. Billy Bathgate by E.L. Doctorow. It will be a change of pace. We firmed up plans for tomorrow’s dinner and said goodnight.
|Mobile Suite Estates next door|
They're from Stillwater, Oklahoma
Today, I’ve boiled a rack of pork ribs and with mashed potatoes, broccoli and corn, that will be a traditional supper saying goodbye to WINTER. Something my sister back home would have, except she wouldn’t likely be bbq’ing.
Supper was delicious, each time we do ribs they
seem to taste better and better. We cleaned up dishes and I changed my mind about a walk. Brrr.
|and supper was perfect|
Wouldn’t you know it, at 6 o’clock, the sun made its first appearance of the day. Instead of griping about it I looked for the silver lining and waited for the sunset in the clouds, of which I was sure would be pretty. I hadn’t been out yet to ‘hide’ my stone so I decided to wait. I think there is another ‘spring break’ happening as our neighbours have 3 grandchildren and the Bounder that just came in also has at least one child running around.
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