Sunday, March 15, 2020

Just A Beautiful Day...

We had a full moon this week. So husband and I went down to the lake to wait for it to rise. Voila a bright burst of pink!

A Beauty that I just could not get a good picture of.

And since the time change I have had time for a good walk after work. These clouds were reflecting the setting sun.

So beautiful and fluffy made the walk even better.

Today high 30's with a good wind and not a cloud in the sky.

I got out and started picking up twigs and limbs that fell during  the winter. Good for the waist all that bending over. And yes we still have snow and we are in for a couple of inches more this week.

I found a huge acorn cap no huge acorn I am sure something had it for dinner.

It has been a stressful, crazy week. But on Facebook I have seen so many wonderful posts! Kids sending their grands drawings, People out for walks in the woods with their dogs and kids, People cleaning out
closets, etc All really good stuff!

This is uncharted waters, our Governor has closed just about everything. I got a call from work saying we are out. I have to go in tomorrow for paperwork and to see what they want from me.
I have stuffed this house with food and lots of baking supplies.
If they take me out of work we will be fine, I do worry for those who live paycheck to paycheck. How will they manage?
Husband and I have taken walks and gotten out in the sunshine, good for the soul. We have puzzles to put together and lots of rug hooking. We ordered the rest of what we need for our bathroom remodel to be delivered to the house. So we have lots to keep us busy as we wait and avoid people in general.
I hope you are all healthy and tucked in with lots to keep your hands and your mind busy.


Judy said...

Craziest thing we have ever been through.

Prims By The Water said...

Everything is closed here in Michigan too. I feel so bad for those who are affected with no paychecks bow. Janice

TheCrankyCrow said...

Yes, crazy, crazy, stuff. I think I am one of the very few well-suited to the crisis.... We are so isolated here in Nod and I am accustomed to spending most of my time alone so I know well how to entertain myself.... Besides I have hoarded enough stitching, hooking, punching and other craft projects for several natural lifetimes. Food, well?? I probably wouldn't starve, but I would need staples.! I actually ran to Kwik Trip to get a few things this afternoon (milk, eggs, lettuce, etc.) and they were wiped out. That is so frustrating... It's stuff I buy regularly, but apparently people who don't normally buy it are buying more than they normally do or people who don't buy that stuff have now decided to buy it. I just have to shake my head. :-( Cold here too....and not looking forward to the snow tomorrow. Take care and be safe ~ Robin

Donna said...

Cathy i think Miss B's artwork is a Must hooking.