Sunday, February 24, 2008
Great End to the Day
I did not realize so much time had flown by until I checked the last post, time just seems to be flying. Looking at the messages left ends my day on such a great note, thank you for taking the time to visit, you help to make my days.
Wow, all kinds of things going on! I watched the eclipse and it was as awesome as it had been advertised. Quite often when there is this type of event the weather does not seem to cooperate, this time I lucked out big time. Not only was the weather clear but I could see it through my window, too cold to go out. The next morning when I went to let the dog out, the moon was so bright and clear through the trees. Just beautiful.
We have had a few days of warmer weather here and there, kind of like a roller coaster. The past couple of days we actually had sun too, what a gift. Standing in the yard listening to the birds and feeling the warmer air, Spring is stirring. The weather is uncertain for the next couple of day, but there does not seem to be any sub zero on the horizon. Friday the hay I had been waiting for arrived and I helped load it into the barn, bales this time and easier to move around. Saturday was for purchasing bags of feed and then people and indoor critter food. Jim was stuck at work so I moved the 6 50 pound bags of feed in plus a 50 pound bag of lime that I use to keep the stalls fresh. As I was toting them in I thought of all the money I was saving by not having to pay for the gym. It was a pleasant surprise that my back did not bother me much at all, I guess all this weight training is paying off.
I continue getting ready for the club to open, today met with a gentleman who had run it a few years ago. He was such a help showing me where and what different switches did, the little tricks for different pieces of equipment. One less thing to worry about. Wednesday night I am making pizza for a few of the members as a trial run. Kind of get my feet wet. I think I have things about all set up, time will tell.
I wish you all the best, Spring will finally arrive and the hopes for better times. Barbara