If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell you about our weather.It snow about and inch December 24 after which a dense fog moved into the area. It brought below freezing temperatures with it. This morning it was 10 degrees Fahrenheit. Later in the day when the fog lifts everything is white. The birds loved the trees as the frozen water melts.
If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell you about the things that happened when shopping. First I was sitting in my walker when gentlemen notice. I explain that I was waiting for someone to get an item. He insisted that we take his place in line. I did thank him. Next we went to a drive-in to get a drink. At our turn to pay we were told the car ahead of us paid for our drinks. The spirit of giving is still around.
If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell you that we had very Christmas. First the hall was great with a lot food much I could eat. The next day my brother, wife, daughter and her fiancee can over. We wentvout for dinner at a local restaurant and had a very good meal. My husband received a light coat and a beautiful shawl. I did have bad fall while my relatives were here. Luckily I landed on the couch. My ankle gave out. It sure scare them.
If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell you that last Kato had adventure and he was unhappy about it. He hadn’t been outside for a few days and was into everything and I couldn’t get anything done. I decided to take him out. We had to use the elevator which he is frightened of it. I started out withhim on the walker. He wanted off so he could investigate his surroundings. At the elevator he started ylling which brought out the 3rd residents. Next we hit the second floor and more people joined. He was screaming all the way at the first and more people were there. On the way back the ylling started again. It was had on my back.
If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell you about the books I read this week.
KILLING GROUNDS by Dana Stabenow
A SPIRITED GIFT by Joyce and Jim Lavene
A HAUNTED DREAM by Joyce and Jim Lavene
A FINDER FEE by Joyce and Jim Lavene
ON THIN ICING by Ellie Alexander
PLAIN DEATH by Emma Miller
DEATH CRASHES THE PARTY by Vicky Fee
MURDER MOST FINICKY by Liz Mugavero
THREAD AND GONE by Lea Wait
I am currently reading Dana Stabenow A GRAVE DENIED and Sarah Rosett DEATH IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE