Friday, Oct. 8th was a day of research, phone calls and not much else. When your brain is so fogged and full of information, it’s hard to accomplish much else. We slept in until Gibbs woke us around 7 and then lazed in bed for almost another hour. *sigh* no work for either of us today. Bill had his shower and we hit the ‘tablets’ and the ‘phones’.
|The sky was pretty but questionable|
While sitting at the table, I watched quite a spectacle of birds fly over. The sky was dotted black while they flew in and then landed in our trees out front and down the lane. The front pond is full of geese too, they are waiting for the border to open too, I guess. The sound was incredibly loud.😊
|Every time they come in like this, you know|
what movie I think of
We all know the frustration of ‘waiting’ for things. Waiting for phone calls, emails, doors to open and so on. Today was one of those days. It turns out that I’m not as patient as Bill is with the waiting. I worry that the long weekend will be here and we won’t be any further ahead. That means, more waiting until things open up for more calls. It was a lazy non-physical day but those are okay too. I should have gone out to plant some bulbs ……. But didn’t.
Gibbs relaxes well with us too and we try not to laugh but he gets really comfy now up on our shoulders and the backs of the chairs. With the windows open, on a day like today, he watches outside, keeps an eye on us and enjoys the fresh air that blows in. We have a high temp today of 19C/66F and that’s with no sunshine so a very comfortable day inside or out. At 4, I made a cup of tea and we had a chocolate macaroon to fill that tiny hole.
We’ve been getting low in the meat department of our freezer and instead of buying much in bulk lots, I’ve been trying to eat things up at the same time as providing a variety of meals. I know I’m not alone in ‘hating’ (a strong word) this meal planning thing. LOL I found a lone pork chop and some liver that have been nesting in there for a while. That’s going to be supper. I love liver, Bill does not, so an easy choice, right? 😊
Wow! I have to admit that I couldn’t have fried the liver any better. It was done perfectly with the onions and boy, was it delicious! I fried a pork chop and cooked a potato with vegetable for Bill. All I needed with mine was some of the Italian veggies. Needless to say, I really enjoyed supper so I made a good choice.
For dessert, we agreed on an ice cream cone. That was tasty too and then Gibbs had to eat. There were quite a few dishes, 3 pots being the most unusual part but they didn't take long to clean up.
We watched some tv and spent a quiet evening together. Hopefully we can let our minds rest tonight, enough to allow for a good sleep. LOL I must admit that it was nice to have a video call with Lori (& Roland), chat with Gayle & John and then swap emails with Dave & Cheryl. All rv’ers who love the south as much as we do.
Thank you for your visit today.