Wednesday, November 18, 2015

A Busy Wednesday

Today will be busy. This morning I will do my usual. I have had my oatmeal, juice and coffee.  Now I am checking my e-mail and posting on this blog.  Later, I will go to our market. The Independence store did not carry my coffeecake mix. Ours does. I still have three or four things I need and ice cream for the Living the Questions group on Sunday evening.  I will get that and my milk from Braums. I will stop by the health food store for my pecans. Then I will come home and rewarm the hamburger pie we will have for lunch with salad.  I need to get fruit again while I'm at the market so we can have that and cookies for dessert.

And, of course, if it warms up enough, I will take Missy out on the carport for awhile.

This afternoon, I want to attend game day at the senior center.  Then this evening, I have the PINCH meeting at the Presbyterian church.

So it will be a busy day.  More later...

Well, I went out on the carport and swept the leaves for about a dozen times.  They will continue to fall, of course, until after a hard freeze. Missy went out briefly but it is cold out there and she didn't give me any problem about coming back in. She is lying on the daybed behind me right now.

The laptop crashed again this morning. I finally got it back up but no telling how long that will last. I still have this desktop and amazingly, I still have my old laptop from 2007 with XP on it. It still works although there is no support for the XP operating system anymore. It was a great stable system.

More even later...I'd better set the table.

Bob called. A group from the exercise group will be at Utopia this morning for coffee and he wanted to know if I would join them. I was at Wal Mart  but had nothing perishable so I stopped on my way back and joined them.

My daughter is doing the Relay for Life again and sent me an e-mail to see if I could donate to it. I lost my husband to cancer so, of course, I did. I also have a very good friend who is terminal and I donated for him too. My younger son also donated. 


Anonymous said...

Oh to live such a life of retirement!

Margie's Musings said...

Yes, it is nice, Scott. Your sister is doing the Relay for Life of the American Cancer Association again in honor of your dad. She may have sent you her personal link asking for donations. I donated $25. If you feel you are able, you might want to donate too.

Anonymous said...

Posted on our face book and will pay her $20

Margie's Musings said...

Great! I'm sure she will appreciate that!