August 16, 2021
Good morning. Today is another gorgeous day. It's sunny and temps should be in the upper seventies all day. It's a great day for poking around in the garden and doing anything else you can outdoors.
This morning I've been watching TV. Dragnet, My Three Sons, Leave It To Beaver, Perry Mason. Sure, they're reruns of shows that I watched years ago, but they are great shows. Most of my TV watching is reruns of old programs. So I guess that makes me old or I have good taste. Or both!
The new baby blanket that I'm making sure is looking pretty. It does take more time to make, though. I need this blanket finished by the middle of September. I have at least seventy or more rows to go, so I've been figuring out how many rows I have to do in a day to get that accomplished.
I figure at least two and a half rows a day will do it. More than that will get it done quicker. I still have to finish the pocket wraps. They need to be done at least by the middle of November. All of a sudden, time is beginning to fly by again. Yikes!
Have any of you heard more about the booster shots for the Covid? My understanding so far is that anyone with a compromised immune system will be needing to get the booster. If this is you, then it may be wise to ask your doctor. I'm going to ask mine.
I read an article about which U.S. cities have the worst customer service. Here's the list. (info from Reader's Digest) This may not be very useful information, but it is interesting. Now I wonder if they will make a list of the cities with the best customer service?
Here's another super interesting item, Do you know why Franklin Roosevelt's picture is on the dime? Here's why. (image borrowed from web) Did you know this? I did not.
Well, my tummy is beginning to rumble for some food, so I'm going to the kitchen to see what looks good. Meanwhile, let me share one more image that I borrowed from the web. Hopefully, this will give you a good giggle to start your day.
Now I'm off to the kitchen. So, till tomorrow, Y'all stay safe and have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.