Visions of clutter…

…haunt me at night. Seriously, bad dreams!!

Almost overnight, we’ve gone from extremely hot and humid to cold and rainy. Leaves are “raining” off the trees and so many to “blow” or “vacuum.” I’ve been anticipating “Fall”  so cooler, so I can do outdoor projects. If I venture outside today, I’ll need a sweater or sweat shirt. There are so many items–so much “clutter”–that needs time and attention. Confession: I’m so addicted to “climbing the family tree”–on Ancestry–I’m actually delighted with another day. (Twelve hours yesterday!!)

Humorous dream

Last night, a vivid dream. It was snowing!! It was a “white out”; I couldn’t see the Clubhouse across the street. I rushed for my camera. With camera in hand: “Ready, aim, shoot.”  Reminiscent of those times I’ve tried to photograph a Hummingbird: The snow was gone!! Absolutely no evidence of the white stuff on the ground, or Clubhouse roof top.

Bottom line: Because I was dreaming, that’s an indication I was sleeping. Right?

During the night, asleep or awake, I’m always doing “searches” on Ancestry. Search and save, search and save. Over and over!!

“Finally Fall has arrived”

Blog title is the statement of Houston TV meteorologist at 7:20 AM. Last night, during 10:00 PM news, TV meteorologist said “We haven’t seen these low temperatures since early May.”  (Five months of extreme heat and humidity!) My trailer home is “cool” and a robe feels good. Soon, I may need the furnace? (I’m prepared… with new tank and 120 gallons of propane.)

Testing, testing, testing !!

The old lady is choosing to believe a “guardian angel” repaired her furnace. Last Winter, hours (and dollars) spent in an effort to get furnace to work.  I had to rely on the “heat strip” for heat and it was less satisfactory and more expensive (electricity). Recently, almost one-thousand dollars for new, large propane tank, and one-hundred-twenty gallons of propane. Before severely cold weather, I wanted to “test” the furnace–in case I need to contact repairmen. It appears to be working fine, Praise the Lord!! ~~ Furthermore, the RV refrigerator is “working”–but not extremely cold. An angel repair?? Perhaps the extreme heat took a toll on the refrigerator like it took a toll on the old lady??