January 11, 2012
Good morning. I had to work last night to fill in for someone, and she will work my Saturday night. Not a bad deal! But now I'm home and my Tootsie is very happy. We are watching the weather channel to see what sort of day we will have. The weatherman is forecasting snow for tonight and rain for tomorrow and part of Friday. At the moment, it is 33 degrees working toward a high of 36.
Tonight, my grandson will be leaving for Florida to stay with his Dad for a while. This will be good for both of them. I'm hoping that the rain up and down the coast does not hamper his travel.
The countdown is on: 44 days till we leave for Florida and 69 days till Spring. I think Tootsie and I are ready for a vacation. With luck, we will be joined by Su and Audrey. This should make for an awesome vacation!
Well, I finally did it! A month ago, I bought a Christmas cactus plant that had beautiful fuchsia flowers. Every now and then I touch it and accidentally knock off a flower or bud. I forget to water it, or I give it too much water. Either way, this morning I accidentally knocked the plant off the window sill. It hit the floor in lots of little pieces, scattering dirt everywhere. I vacuumed up the dirt and tossed the plant in the trash. If I used my brain, I would just cut out a picture of the plant and tape the picture to the window sill. It would live much longer.
For today's photo, I had to dig into my reserve files. I chose a bright, cheery butterfly photo that I took last October. My hope is that it will brighten your day.
Before I left for home this morning, I did get a couple of shots of the moon. I had to shoot it through tree limbs, but it still came out pretty good.
Yesterday, I got the results of my recent blood work. I do not have Lyme Disease, and my cholesterol numbers aren't too far off. So I guess I'm good for a while.
Now it's time to get busy here. Dee and Eddie are here so that Eddie can fix a ceiling light. The light croaked last night just as I was leaving for work. So that's it for this morning folks. Till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.
Hugs, Edna B.