We were lucky to have sunny blue skies again today. A drive to Goderich and back netted a few groceries for Pheebs and I as well as a cruise down around the harbor. They are really making progress on the new boardwalk along the shoreline.Home again I busied myself cleaning up the Jeep. A bucket of sudsy water, a soft cleaning brush, and copious amounts of cold water again turned it from a menacing mud buggy into a shiny clean Jeep. Between muddy boots and paws and a whole lot of doggy fur, and spilled coffee, we sure can make a mess of the interior as well so I tackled that too.
I must admit it's quite a challenge each day trying to think of something remotely interesting to blog about when interesting things are not necessarily taking center stage these days. And yet, I feel compelled to daily write something. I'm not exactly sure why that is but I just know that it is. Some people may enjoy collecting stamps, others might like carving wooden ducks, while countless others find enjoyment in painting and countless other hobby-like activities. I'm fortunate that I stumbled across the blogging era when I did back in 2006. Blogging was the magic ingredient added to my interest in photography and traveling that cemented everything together and made this great pastime available to me. I often wonder, if it wasn't for blogging, just what would I be doing with myself these days at this later stage of my life. And for that question, I have no answer.
CANADA GOOSE ON OUR PARK'S POND
With overnight temps expected to drop about 20 degrees, it is very likely we could wake up to snow on the ground Thursday morning. Oh well, it's to be expected this time of year in our little corner of the world. And just think, it's the last day of March already. Who would have ever thought we all would have made it this far eh:))
PHEEBS AND I CAME ACROSS THESE COLTSFOOT FLOWERS ON OUR AFTERNOON WALK
GROANER'S CORNER:(( After a long, dry sermon, the minister announced that he wished to meet with the church board after the service. The first man to arrive was a stranger. You misunderstood my announcement. This is a meeting of the board, said the minister. I know, said the man. If there is anyone here more bored than I am, I'd like to meet him.
My doctor has advised me to stop drinking. It's going to be a massive change for me. I've been with that doctor for 15 years.