July 9, 2018
Good morning. It's looking to be another gorgeous day here in New England. The sun is shining, there's a wee bit of a breeze, and the temperature is in the low seventies. Soon though, it will rise to the upper eighties.
I'm still trying to decide whether or not I want to go grocery shopping today. I probably should have already gone earlier this morning. I wanted to sign up for a new food delivery program, but I wasn't too excited about the products that were being offered. I had the impression that I could order whatever I wanted, but I think I that's not quite how it works. I will just have to go back and read the information over again.
At first, I thought I might sign up for WalMart's delivery program, but considering the spaced out answers I get from most of their employees whenever I ask a question about a product, I don't think I would trust them to pick out my food. I do know that there are a lot of really nice, smart people working for that company, but we just don't seem to have many of them at the store near me.
Today I thought I'd show you the book called "Never Quit Drawing." Inside, it says that it takes about sixty six days of doing something over and over for it to become a habit. So, there are sixty six double pages. The idea is to set aside some time every day to draw until it becomes a fun habit. Also, by the time you get to the end of the book, your drawings will be looking pretty good. Here's the book and a photo of the first double page.
Well, yesterday, I did not get around to washing the little solar thingies. Instead, after I ran the sweeper around a bit, I took it outside to clean it. You can't imagine the sorts of yukky things that get caught up in the roller brushes. Well, maybe you can. It took me a while, but I finally got the sweeper clean. Afterwards, I went to re-charge its battery only to find that I cannot find the charger piece. Yup, story of my life. If I touch it, you'll never see it again!
Rather than get stressed out, I went on Amazon and order a new charger. I also ordered a second battery. This way I'll always have a fully charged battery. I also ordered a cassette converter so that I can move all my cassette music and stories to discs. The converter will change the format to mp3. I have a large collection of cassettes, and it will be nice to be able to save them.
I found a really funny story on the web, and borrowed it to share here with you. This should give you a giggle or two.
Now it's time for me to get dressed, wash up the breakfast dishes, and figure out what mischief to get into today. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.