September 19, 2016
Good morning. This morning is cloudy with comfortable temps in the mid 70's. We got a tiny bit of rain during the night, and today we should get a bit more. A few good downpours would really be appreciated.
I was chatting with my friend Rhoda over the weekend, and she told me about this awesome new type of GPS. If you don't have one on your phone, or if you would like a more personalized one, do check this one out. It's called WAZE. I looked it up, and it sounds pretty good to me. Have a lookee for yourself. http://waze.com.
Yesterday, after sitting out on the porch for a while, I started playing with my new scrap kits. Well, need I say more? I got so caught up in my fun, that I never did have the time to work on my bracelets. However, I did get to make a few new quick pagers.
I had to stop playing for a while because the cable repairman showed up to change my modem for a newer updated one. While he was here, he got rid of some of the mess with all the cables on the outside of the house. It looks so much better now, and my WiFi works better too.
I have a cute photo to share that Deanne sent me. This is Aurora loving her new teddy bear that Uncle Kevin made for her at Build A Bear. It will probably take a while for her to grow big enough to pick it up, but she can still cuddle with it.
I thought I'd take a few photos of the hanging decorations that I have on my porch. There's an adorable angel wind chime that was given to me by a friend a few years ago.
And then, of course, there's my friendly witch who watches over the yard and wards off all evil.
So, between my angel and my witch, and of course my little Pogo, I am well looked after here. The cable guy was very impressed with how Pogo was protecting me yesterday. As long as the fellow did not move, Pogo let him be. But as soon as the guy started to move, Pogo went into attack mode. I have to say, my little Pogo really is fierce!
Well, the morning is fading away, and I really should get busy doing a few chores around here. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.