January 15, 2020
Good morning. The sun is shining and the temperature is 42F degrees. Woo Hoo! It may even get two degrees warmer. This is great because I'm going grocery shopping with dwarf Mike. We're going to Market Basket. They have really great meats and I enjoy shopping there.
Last night I put a few more rows on the red and black afghan. There's just another thirty rows to go and it will be finished. Then I will take a photo of it to share. After that I think I only have three or four more afghans to go for the family. I think. I've created a rather large family, and I've been crocheting these afghans for years.
The package that came yesterday was the carry case that I had ordered for my new little laptop. My goodness, it is so nice. My little laptop and all its accessories fit inside it, and it has a shoulder strap to make carrying easier. (The little handles fold nicely into pockets.) It comes in a few different colors. Mine is black. I'm going to enjoy this bag.
Pogo and I slept rather late this morning. And, I must say, it felt good. Well, actually, sleep always seems to feel good. Or maybe it just seems more so when one gets old. Speaking of getting old, my beautiful little Pogo will be fourteen years old in April. And his hair is getting really thin. It's almost a shame to cut it, but it does need to be trimmed soon. He looks like a tiny lion nowadays. But he's my little lion and I love him.
I finally decided whether to take my walker or Pogo's stroller when we go to Florida. We'll be taking Pogo's stroller. It serves as both a walker for me and a ride for Pogo. Now that that is settled, it's time to make an appointment for Pogo's checkup and travel health letter.
Today's old photo is one of the last ones I have of Kerri, me and Deanne together. I thought I had lost this photo. Thank goodness I didn't lose it.
Now I think I'd better do my blog reading and get ready to go shopping. Mike gets home from work shortly after noon. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.