It appears that there is no Tuesday 4 to join in this week, so a day late, but Currently it is.
The weather...was a beautiful 78 degrees today with sunny skies and a LOT of wind. Tomorrow, Tuesday, is supposed to be just a bit cooler with a high of 73 degrees, but there is rain in the forecast.
Reading...I'm technically just getting ready to start reading Be My Ghost, A Haunted Haven Mystery by Carol J. Perry. I went to Barnes & Noble with my client today and they were having a buy one, get one half off sale.
Watching...I've finally gotten caught up on NCIS. Now I've moved on to NCIS New Orleans and I've just started watching NCIS Hawaii.
Cooking...in all honesty, nothing much the last few days. Tomorrow I'm making cabbage steaks, some late season corn on the cob, and...an as yet undecided meat.
Looking forward to...going to see God's Not Dead: We the People with my Bible study group next Tuesday and then next Friday, Tim and I are heading to Erie for a 3-day weekend. We will see my father, Tim's sister and niece, and spend plenty of time admiring the lake, eating wonderful food, and touring the wineries along the lake shore and the NY border. There will probably be some antiquing and thrifting involved as well. Maybe even a trip to the casino.
Thinking about...the fact that this Saturday is our son's 35th birthday...a milestone birthday...and because of his choice to shut us out of his life, we won't celebrate with him. I bought a card today and have decided that after a year I'm ready to write a letter to him, which I will include with the card. (Actually, I've written him several letters over the past year. They are put away in the safe, along with letters I have written to his children. Our daughter knows that if we are never reconciled or something happens and he has not come back around the letters are to be sent to them.
I'm thankful...that while our daughter's family has dealt with nasty colds and allergies recently, Covid was not in the picture...even though the school kept sending poor Colton home insisting he be tested again. The doctor finally wrote the school a rather firm letter that the poor kid has allergies and wearing the mask all day just aggravates it.
I'm celebrating...all things autumnal. The colors, the smells, the tastes (I had my first pumpkin pancakes today!), sweaters, soft glowing lights, festivals, and cozy evenings at home.
Making me laugh...