March madness ??

This old lady isn’t interested in the mania (“March Madness”). Furthermore, she isn’t celebrating “National Puppy Day.” Dogs–and Lorraine–have a poor history. Years ago, while “dog sitting,” a strong young canine pulled me down (while walking) and my right arm was broken due to the fall. This past year, likewise “dog sitting,” the mother-with-puppies bite my leg (and I still have the scar). I’m better at “plant sitting” (lol).

Inch by inch, it’s a cinch !!

If I’d been wearing a pedometer, the number of steps would have been substantial?! ~~ Lots of free stuff versus possible overpriced items. Customers may complain but I know the value of the items–and these are “half-price.” Easy to drop the prices after a period of time. I expect to “drag out” the sale for several weeks; “weather” is in my favor and “I have more time than money”  (lol) .

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Nine to five

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Only a partial list of the activities. The temperature was absolutely perfect and a delight to work outdoors!! ~~ Only computer time is/was preparation of this message.

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Disregarding my appearance–dirty work clothes–I drove four miles round-trip to the truck stop. I’d heard their deli serves a delicious fish meal on Friday. Sadly, only between 10:30 and 2:00. When I inquired “What do you have available?”  I heard “Brother’s pizza.”  I was able to order a “veggie”  and it was delicious!!

Enjoying the view !!

“My” view, not the one on TV. Sometimes I’m at the right place at the right time. First, the squirrel on the bird feeder; I missed a picture of him hanging precariously. The wire around the seed tube is supposed to stop the little critter but he’s persistent. Likewise, he has figured out how to get kernels of corn at the top of the twister.”

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“Took off fifteen years”

That was one comment I heard after I enjoyed a long-overdue haircut. Top picture, left, was taken “on a whim.” To my recollection, I’ve never taken a “selfie”  with the camera held at arm’s-length. With forethought, I would have set up the tripod. Afterthought (after the haircut): Definitely “set up the tripod.”

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