With the rise of self-driving vehicles, it’s only a matter of time before we get a country song where a guy’s truck leaves him too.
So the day begins well as we both slept until almost 8:00 AM…it’s magic.I started with cereal for breakfast or better stated, berries with some cereal on them! Love my betters.
I went walking and did five miles bringing back necessary groceries to resupply the empty cupboards!
On the way home I stopped at Staples to get a couple of plastic boxes to continue my organizing activities and met the District Manager of the Staples Store. I stopped him and told him of my father and they way Dad always greeted customers even though he was the General Manager. Good policy! He agreed and relayed that Staples is attempting to bring some “Mom and Pop-ism” back into the Big Box environment…I said that was an excellent idea!
I love this time of year as it is getting cooler and the trees are turning yellow and gold. Mother Nature pits on a great display!
While on the walk, I talked to Lee Barachman, my High School Sweetheart and invited her to the Christmas Play. we talked for about twenty minutes. I also got a text from Irene notifying us that a good friend, John Shulte, had passed succumbing from cancer. He was in his mid 80’s and had been going down hill quickly. I saw him in the hospital last week when Sue had the Kidney Stone procedure so I knew his time was coming quicky.
We then had brunch which was great…Sue did her Mexican special and I made breakfast sandwiches…much better than McDonald’s I might add!
While awaiting the trip to the imaging center, I called the Candlelight and relayed that we are bringing 88 family and friends to the Christmas Play this year.
Then off to the imaging center for me..I got the rotator cuff x-rays and did an ultra-sound the carotid arteries, both sides! I get the answers in a couple of days! The imaging center is only about 8 minutes from the house and they did a great job…very fast!
Back home and time for work! Yesterday I was out surveying the west 40 when I observed the blood orange tree was drooping…I mean two of the branches were so heavily laden with fruit they were touching the ground. Upon careful examination it was revealed that another two inches and the limbs would probably break off!
TYhe tree is just filled with nice sized blood oranges and I did not want to loose any of them…otherwise Vicky, our next door neighbor, would get mad!
After the propping, we got cleaned up and ready to enjoy an evening watching TV and hitting the sack a little early…11:00 PM.
I did get a laugh as I went to Facebook before I finally crashed.
Good night all!