November 28, 2012
Well, here we go again. We are running out of another month. There's only two more days left in November, then we will be in December. That's another whole year gone by. Gosh, I just got done saying that not too long ago about another year.
Time stands still for no man (or woman). And when it sees us "oldies but goodies" it goes into overdrive and runs like hell. So, with a bit of luck, this winter is going to fly by quickly so that Spring can get here. Only fifteen and a half more weeks to go.
Well, yesterday morning started off with a bit of snow, followed by rain mixed in, and then nothing for a while. Mid afternoon brought the snow back, and by supper time, it was coming down pretty good. It was wet and thin, and thankfully did not last very long.
For some reason, Pogo was very huggie huggie last night. Mostly after taking him outside to sprinkle. He does not like the wet, snow and cold. At all. Well, neither do I, so that makes us a good pair.
Pogo is into the gift wrapping scene too. He bought his first gift last night. It's for his nighttime sitter, and it is just too fun. I can show it here because the recipient does not read blogs nor does he have a computer. Here's a peek. It's quite appropriate, I think. Good job, Pogo.
I did a bit more wrapping, and I think I just might have everything off my bed by tonight. Oooo, it will feel so good to crawl back into it again. My sofa is okay, but I don't get a very good night's sleep on it.
This weekend, the town will be picking up all our bagged leaves, but we may not be able to get ours bagged in time. This yucky wet weather isn't helping. It makes it harder to rake up the leaves and quite messy to pick them up and stuff them into bags. Ah well, we still have a couple more days to get the job done.
Well, that's enough jibber jabber. I have to clean up some of my wrapping mess. There are piles of gifts and wrapping materials everywhere. Janet will be coming over this afternoon, and it would be nice if there were a chair for her to sit on. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.