Can’t never did anything!!!
Hello, please come in let’s share a drink of coffee or tea. Welcome new followers and my friends. It has been a while since I posted on my blog. I have been ill. Our days have sunny and cold. Today I awoke to cloudy, this afternoon the sun broke through the clouds. Today the squirrels went to the bird feeder and a small flock of Canada geese flew over the buildings. I am using the wheelchair now. I have problems going through doors,
Since I am losing weight, I needed to go down for my meals. Today I had soup, a baked potato, and a large f serving of carrots and butterscotch pudding mixed with coconut and peaches. Hot tea for my drink. The lobby is full of Christmas objects and of the doors have holiday wreaths.
I am finding a generation gap, especially what I learned in school and what is now being taught. People making news were Elisabeths Tayor, Shirly Temple, Dionne Quintuplet, and Jane Withers. Queen Elisabeth was about 5 years older than me I had paper dolls of several of the above. Girls had jump ropes and you didn’t skip on a crack or you would your Mother’s back mostly for the boys.s back. We had jacks and marbles was mostly for the boys. Marbles valid and save all of them. Below is a joke that I remember.
Here is a verse Johney ate cake, Johney ate Jelly, Johney came home with pain Now be mistaken, now be misled but Johney came hone with a pain in his head.
A MURDER LIKE NO AUTHOR by Amy Lillard- a lovely cover enticing me to read it.
ABSENCE OF NO MULLETS by Kate Carlisle
MURDER AT THE LOBSTAH SHACK by Maddie Day is an excellent addition to the series. The third book in the series
GETAWAY WITH MURDER by Diane Kelly The first in the series. It is very good. Looking forward to the next book.
STICKY FINGERED BOOKS by Elaine Orr An addition to the Jolie Gentile series
I am currently reading THE CORPSE WHO KNEW TOO MUCH by Debra Sennefleder
Next THE CORPSE IN THE GAZEBO by Debra Sennefleder
That is all now, have wonderful day