But I didn’t take any photos today. Instead I went shopping for some groceries. It was a balmy 22 F outside and as long as there was no wind it felt good. Of course there was no way to stay out of the wind and go shopping at the same time, soooo, we eventually braved the element and made a quick trek to the car. Most of the ice had melted on the sidewalk, but there was one really hinky spot where we had to negotiate the ice, both the seen and the unseen black form. M. was using a walker while I was forging ahead on foot and praying very hard that these boots really WERE made for walking, to coin a phrase from an old Nancy Sinatra song. Nothing beats Mukluks for keeping feet warm while hanging on to the sidewalk in weather like this. So, just to thank them properly, last night I dropped a cup of barbecue sauce on them. (They also make good house slippers when it’s just too exhausting to pull them off.) They are now adorning my shower curtain rod doing a rhythmic drip, drip, drip, drop drop drop drop. I have a feeling they will continue the dripping for several more days therefore dripping several more days too. My curtain rod just isn’t big enough for this!
It is even warmer today — 35 F. when I checked a couple of hours ago, with the sun even shinier than yesterday. I am considering just going out for a drive today. Ya just don’t miss out on a day like this in winter time. The only thing that would improve the day would be finding a tree filled with black olives, a hammock under a perfect tree and the ability to wiggle my nose and make it all happen. A clone of Mel Gibson and George Clooney put together would make it perfect! Oh well, it just isn’t happening and wiggling my nose just makes me sneeze so back to reality, well, soon!
Had visitors last night — Jerry, my neighbor brought over some of the stuff he picked up for me at the store, bringing Angel with him. Some day I hope to get a photo of Angel but she is a little bit shy right now. It’s not taking her as long to get over it now but I’m not going to push or shovel her into a corner. She eventually comes over and lets me know in her own doggie way that she is ready to be picked up for a brief moment and I can respect that. Of course it probably helps that I keep
bribes, um, snacks available for all of my furry visitors.
Okay, I’m outta here. Might be back inside in seconds, but it just looks too nice out there to stay cooped up inside, Gave a good rest of the weekend! A