Garden Club Fundraising really is hard.
There are now four of us in the club and they work full time.
So I try to do too much. Then I get overwhelmed and it is no longer FUN.
See FUN and making a difference was all I was after.
Guess all the shoulder pain has been getting me down as well but saw the surgeon the other night he is letting me have 6 more weeks of home exercises to see if I can free up the left one.
Daily Prompt: Seven Wonders
by michelle w. on October 28, 2013
Khalil Gibran once said that people will never understand one another unless language is reduced to seven words. What would your seven words be?
Photographers, artists, poets: show us SEVEN.
"OUR WORLD IS AMAZING, SHOW IT LOVE."
The Earrings above are almost ready to hang on a card and attach ear nuts to
Wire, Hammer and Block wire cutters and wrapping tools
So many ideas
Containers of assorted beads to pick from for just the right combination of color
A nice day to read blogs, play with the pup and make a few pretty things for the Holiday Fair.
We have had a few beautiful days here in New England but changes are coming. So as I watched the Boston Red Sox play their way into another World's Series I made lists of things that needed to be done around here. I worked at planting my two huge Mums from the garden club sale, they are the hardy type so with any luck they will rest in the winter and be in bloom for next fall.
Arizona is a place we love but maybe next will be Alaska.
Beantown is where were both born
Clearly we knew each other when we were children
Dreaming back then of being together forever no longer feels like a dream.
Everywhere we go it is so enjoyable.
Frankly why be with someone if you can not have fun.
Gold prospecting is a blast and when you find some, it always feels good.
Yes I come from those who had farms. I always adored the animals that lived there but never had the time for one of my own lately though the animals around the corner are calling out to me. I absolutely think they are adorable.
Want to see the subject of my affection?
They love me too! One eye on me and that black thing I have in my hand and the other eye watching JT in the truck.
Well we took Mom for a ride and lunch to celebrate her upcoming 78th birthday which she will not be home for so we grabbed her while we could and went on in search for some pretty color far away.
We saw a farm with a pretty Maple Tree not quite at full color
As you can see a lot of green some orange and very little Red yet.
I started out early one morning yes before the sun came up, as do most truckers. I had delivered one load of water, with my tanker, a few hours south of Boston. I stopped for coffee, for the ride back up to the mountains for my second load of the day. I walked around my rig kicking each tire as I do after hauling a load for few hours, all was good they were all still up and lights all were working properly so I made my way back into the driver's seat.
It was early Friday and we thought for sure there would be no rain if we went far enough north. We packed the dogs water and food for her and some fruit and sandwich fixings in case we got hungry as well. We have not seen rain for two weeks and are due to have some and yesterday a few light showers passed through the White Mountains of New Hampshire but it did nothing to dampen our day as we are determined New Englander's(wait is that a real word, lol?)