Good morning. Wowee, what a gorgeous day yesterday was!! Our temps were in the high 80's, and the sun was shining all day with a beautiful breeze. After a phone call to the local police, the neighbors across the street quieted down a bit, and the rest of the day was really nice.
After speaking with my kids by phone, Pogo and I settled in to have us a nice peaceful day. I didn't really do much of anything, but I did get to watch a lot of good crime stories on TV. So all in all, it was a very restful day.
I took a couple photos of the beautiful parrot tulips that daughter Deanne had brought me. The colors are really are gorgeous. Yellow, with green, red and orange.
Some doggie food that I had ordered online was delivered yesterday. I opened one of the cans and put the new food on a plate for Pogo. He would not have anything to do with it. I tried again later but with the same results. This is one of the downfalls of ordering food online. I cannot send the rest of the cans back. Maybe Sassy (Deanne's doggie) will eat this food. We'll see.
I got a text message, along with two photos from my friend Beth. It seems that the new chicken toy that Pogo had sent to Cisco (Beth's doggie) also arrived yesterday. Have fun Cisco. We hope you like chicken!!
Today temps are in the low 70's, and the sun is shining most of the time. I'm going to enjoy the day as much as I can because tonight temps will drop 32 degrees. The rest of the week is supposed to be much cooler (50's and high 40's) during the day, and downright cold at night (30's and 40's).
I'm looking out my door and I'm noticing that my trees have tiny green leaves on them. Woo Hoo!! When the leaves sprout on the trees, you know that Spring is really here!!
In May, Jazzy will be performing in "Sister Act" with the Brockton High School Drama Club. (Winner of Best Musical in Massachusetts, 2015). She will be portraying Sister Mary Lazarus, and has asked me to please post the information here on my blog in case anyone is interested in donating or buying tickets to a performance. You never know who reads this blog.
Performances are on Friday, May 12 at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 13 at 7 p.m., and Sunday May 14 at 6 p.m. Tickets are $12.00. So, if you are local and want to see a truly enjoyable performance by our extremely talented young men and women, treat yourself and go watch their performance of "Sister Act."
Now I'm going to head for the kitchen to see what I'll make for lunch. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.