Good morning from soggy New England. This rain is supposed to let up by early evening today. I hope so, because now I'm ready for more sunshine. It got so cool here last night that I had to put the heat back on in the house. I do not want all the dwarfs getting sick because of this cold.
My eyes are bleary this morning, as I did not get any sleep during the night. So, in a little while, I'm going to crawl back under my warm covers and try for a nap. I need to be alert for my appointment this afternoon.
Lately, I 've been attempting to work on a blue lapghan, but it just doesn't seem to want to be made just now. Every two or three rows that I put on, I have to rip out the same amount of rows. I finally put it down, and started another one using a Paddy Green yarn. We'll see how this one goes.
Today I have a couple more images to share that I borrowed from the web. This first one is so very true for a lot of us. Well, at least for me. I'm sorry it isn't very clear, but it is readable.
This next image shows how to create a thrifty watering can by puncturing holes in the cap on an empty milk (or water) bottle. I've tried this one, and it works pretty good.
This last image is a chicken run, and is usually attached to a small coop. I never realized how small these things are. They measure 28" high, 45" wide and 26" deep. If you go online, you can see them pictured with a flock of chickens inside. Check these measurements on your ruler. I don't know about you, but this seems too small an area for even one chicken.
After seeing this, it puts a bigger impact on the meaning of "free range" chickens. How can anyone really justify cramming several chickens into such a tiny space and then feeling good about themself?
Ah well, that's my tiny rant for today. I saw on the news this morning the unveiling of a magazine cover featuring Caitlin Jenner. I have one word for it. WOW!!! She looked absolutely gorgeous!
Now I'm going to see if I can get in a little nap before it's time to get ready for my appointment this afternoon. So, till tomorrow, Y'all be safe and have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.