Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Wednesday and Bunco

I slept pretty well last night but about 2:30AM someone rang my doorbell.I got up and put on my robe and went to the door but no one was there by then. I don't know what that was all about but I did get back to sleep and slept until almost 6:00AM.

I checked my e-mail this morning and I had news from two different classmates. I copied and pasted their news into the class newsletter and saved it. To my knowledge, we only had one death this year. At least I only heard about one. We may have had others. I usually find out when some of the newsletters come back.

Both cats came for breakfast this morning. Neither came yesterday evening so I am not surprised.

I will have a big day today. I need to go by the market and buy a treat for the Bunco game this afternoon. I get my hair colored and cut at 9:00AM and then I have to mail a package off to Keith and buy stamps. I will take my Kindle and read until time for Bunco. I have Bunco at 1:00PM until 3:00PM and then if I have any of my treat left I will check with Marilyn and see if she is home after her surgery and if so, if she wants the rest of my treat. If she is and does, I will drop by her apartment and see if she is up to a visit.

More later...

I got my hair done and then went to Sonic and got a cherry limeade slush. After that I went to the post office and sent the package back to Keith so he could exchange it.

I washed my car and cleaned it all up inside and out. Then I went to the senior center and sat and read until time for Bunco. We played halfway through the games and then we ate our treats and then played again until 3:00 or so and then I took my treats over to Marilyn's. She was happy for the company and as I was leaving she came in the kitchen to have some treats. I was so glad I stayed and visited with her. 

On the way home I looked at the text that came while I was at Marilyn's apartment. Montgomery County is red again which means we have too many cases of Covid19 to hold church in our building so we will be back on Zoom or watching the services online from Canada.

When I got home I checked the mail and  looked to see if the cats were out there for supper. I didn't have lunch or supper but I did have an ice cream bar. I turned on the news but was recording it so I thought if I watched the recording I could edit out the commercials.

It is nearly 6:00PM now and I am very tired. At 7:00PM I will take my bath and read until bedtime.

It's 11:20PM now and I finally finished my latest book.

Now I will go to bed.


susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

I would be freaked out if someone rang my doorbell at 230 am. I doubt if I would have been able to get to sleep again as quick as you did, but I think I live in a slightly more risky area than you do. One time when my husband used to work nights, there was a knock at the door, maybe about 830pm, but it was already dark. I asked through the door who it was and they (there were 2) gave me some made up stuff about working on the roof. No one goes door to door for that at night, and in our neighborhood the police ticket persons who go door to door soliciting without a license from the city. When I told them I wasn't interested they kept on and on about they had free coupons for me. By this time I was calling 911 to report them and complain that the guys weren't leaving my porch after I asked them too. When they left, they didn't stop at any other houses, I was watching from the windows, I don't know where they disappeared to. When the police came to my door, I could see it was police out my peephole, and I finally opened the door and told them what had gone on. The police looked around in my yard, and backyard, and then they left to look around for the guys. It scares me to think what might have happened had my door not been locked, or if I would have opened it to them.
My husband was at work that night but I still felt pretty safe because my little Fuzzy Pomeranian could still hear back then, and I knew he would tell me if those guys came back again. He used to be a good little watch dog.

Margie's Musings said...

That would be scary alright! I always keep the deadbolt on my doors even when I am here. We can't be too careful in this violent world.

ChuckFu said...

we aught to install a ring door bell for you, you can monitor and it will record when someone comes in a designated area of your front door