My neighbor knocked on my door at 2:30am this morning, can you believe that 2:30am?! Luckily for him I was still up playing my Bagpipes.
So.. It is time for a walk! It was cold out this morning. When Paul departed it was 57 degrees so the gloves were on!
Today PAul broke 170 miles… maybe at the end of the year we will approach 600+ miles and try for 1000 next year!
The sun was NOT out but this little guy decided to shine anyway!
OK, I admit it… Google photos stylized this guy making him light up in the dark! Mother nature is just so wonderful! Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat.
Wispy… yes, wispy is a good name for this little fellow! He was waving in the wind and was a bright as he could be! In case you wondered, Perennials are the ones that grow like weeds, biennials are the ones that die this year instead of next and hardy annuals are the ones that never come up at all.
Daisy Daisy… good name for a song, ya think? The Earth has music for those who listen.
After lunch, Paul continued working in the garden for about three hours making sure everything was planted, doing to heavy watering of the tomatoes, and pulling a few weeds!
Time to go to Phoenix, Phoenix Club that is. The place was loaded this evening as many new folks showed up. We counted 60 people on the dance floor at once and there was still plenty of room! Good news. we joined Nancy and Vice with Bob and Donna for the evening!
We departed about 10:00 PM and came home to watch “Heart Of Dixie”. We were a bit taken back by the free discussion of “sex”. For the late 80’s, all of the 90’s, and first half of the 2000’s we did not watch any TV as we were working hard getting ready to retire. Going back to the series of that era was an eye opener as they talked about sex so openly… it was an eye opener!
We crashed at 12:15 PM!