It's so close to noon that I'll say good afternoon. After a restless night, I'm a bit tired and moving slowly. Once the breathability of the air gets better, I should be sleeping better and getting about a lot easier. Right now, we are having a warm spell, but Autumn is right around the corner, bringing some cooler air with it.
Most of yesterday I was busy watching for the mailman to get here. I had put out some mail, but alas he never did show up. For some reason, this year is not our best year with the Post Office. This is the third time that they have not come by to deliver or pick up mail. I did call the Post Office at 4:10 p.m. and was told that the carriers were still out delivering. Well, we watched and waited, but the little white truck never showed up. I put the mail back out this morning, and am happy to say that it was finally picked up.
Tomorrow, Pogo and I will be going to Kevin's party. Several of my grandchildren and great grandchildren will be there, and it will be so good to see them all together. I know Pogo will be ecstatic. He just loves being around people, and of course, Sassy (Dee's doggie) will be there too.
Remember I mentioned the peanut butter/bread treats that I put out for the birds? I took a few photos (through the door window) of some of these little birds gobbling it all up. They really are fun to watch.
When Joe got home from work yesterday, we did some grocery shopping. By the time we got home, and I had all my things put away, it was time to make supper for Pogo. After supper, I was too tired to start playing with the new burner. I did buy ingredients to cook up something tasty on it, but that will have to wait a bit.
Speaking of food, Pogo keeps coming over to me with that "please feed me" look. There's not much else happening here, so I think I'll go rustle up some lunch for both of us. Before I go, let me post another picture puzzle to keep your brain healthy. This puzzle has 15 hidden wolves in it. Have fun.
I'm off to the kitchen now. So, till Sunday, Y'all stay cool and have a magnificent weekend.
Hugs, Edna B.