I am sitting by the window and can hear the wind just blowing away. The yard is full of yellow leaves and soon the trees will be bare. Yesterday the yard was full of Robins, stopping by on their long flight to where they winter. Where is that? The first Robin of spring is always such a welcome site, is it as welcome where they go for the winter?
Rick's bike is still not fixed as the part hasn't come in yet so I think I will put my planters to bed for the year and maybe gets some bulbs and plant them. Of course my house could always use cleaning but I tend to wait until the last minute to get that fixed up.
A friend of mine also wants me to help her husband learn how to sell on ebay. He is battling cancer and we hope beating it. Since his wonderful job fired him when he got ill he is home and bored silly so I also might to that today if they are up to it. He is the neatest man so it should be fun, his sense of humor is wicked and funny.
I have to apologize for the other post. I rarely rarely swear and would never say that normally. I admit to being hurt when I saw that. Of course my sister doesn't know I occasionally read her blog. I don't very often but check in to make sure she is OK as she is ill. I don't talk to her anymore as I always think we have a great conversation and then find out somehow I have come across wrong. Makes it hard to talk worrying all the time what to say. Never look for hidden meanings in what I say because I usually just say exactly what I mean. She analyzes my conversations looking for hidden hurts. I don't want to hurt her so it is better we don't talk. I do miss my lovely nieces though and am happy my brother sends me pictures and keeps me up to date.
Tomorrow it is suppose to be in the 80's and hopefully Ricks bike will be fixed. A ride would be nice. I also am thinking about the gym again now that the weather is getting cooler. Time to work on my sagging muscles again. Of course if I have surgery that will put a damper on that. Looking for some good ideas for supper tonight, any ideas. Joyce, what are you cooking?