I’ve had this flower market sign for a while, but I just didn’t want to get back on the step stool because it aggravates my ankle.
But finally yesterday I got around to hanging the sign on the wall.
I thought it fit here with the house plants and floral paintings.
Daylight Savings Time:
Did you reset your clocks last night? I remembered because I happened to be looking at something online and saw an article about it. So I went around the apartment adjusting all the clocks.
For some reason, I never seem to sleep well the night we have to adjust our clocks. And it’s not the effects of trying to wake and sleep with an hour’s difference.
No, I think it is just the anxiety of having this change in my life. It isn’t a big thing, really, unless you’re a hardcore person-of-routine like me. Then it upsets your little applecart for a while.
And the thing is, we don’t have any control over this change.
Whether you reset your clock or not, everyone else is moving forth on another timetable. And you can either go with the flow or show up everywhere at the wrong time.
Lunch & Kendra’s House:
Yesterday Kasi picked me up and we went to Panera Bread for lunch. Then we drove by Kendra’s new house she’s working on moving into in a couple of weeks.
It’s much smaller than her current house. I think she welcomes the fact that it’s a lot less space to pick up after two teenagers.
She says the only way she’s leaving this house is in a box.
It’s a darling little cottage of 1600 square feet. She and her crew have been working on it for nearly 6 months.
I’ll show you photos when she’s finished fixing it up.
This morning I drove to McDonald’s’ to get my beloved caramel ice coffee. I do that once in a while instead of making a cup of coffee. The closest McDonalds’ is probably just about a mile from me.
Geese In The Road:
I was driving back and was about a block away when I encountered a group of geese in the middle of the road.
Two men were walking along the same road who looked like they were heading out to fish.
I rolled the window down a bit and one of them said, “Rude, aren’t they?”
And I said: “Well, they sure aren’t in any hurry.”
The men walked on and I sat there waiting for the geese to decide what to do. Finally, they crossed the road and I could drive home.
They looked like these:
I’ve only noticed the geese around here for about a week. There’s quite a bit of water around here, so maybe that’s what attracts them.
Not that I have a thimble-full of knowledge about geese.
Lots Of Critters Around Here:
We also have squirrels and rabbits and of course birds. I think most everyone around me feeds the birds.
Ivy watches them eating outside the window. Thump-thump goes her tail. I suppose in agitation that she can’t get to them.
I haven’t noticed Gracie being that interested yet.
Ivy is one heavy girl, but she sure moves fast when she knows a bird is close by.
Have a great Sunday. Lots of sunshine here today.