Autumn falls

Our first real autumn day this year in the hills; cool temps with high overcast. About time to put the flannel sheets on the beds; for some reason Carolyn doesn’t like them but they are much warmer on chilly nights. I dislike cold weather about as much as I dislike tea-partiers.

I need to adjust the seat a little higher on the exercise bike; the new knee is trying to go knock-kneed and that is a big no-no. I hope to get a pic of me riding the machine, hair blowing in the wind as I virtually cruise the back roads of my memories. I probably need to wear a crash helmet for such voyages.

Sammy or Mason has lost my cap; I’ve had to leave home twice without it. The suspects are admitting nothing.

Both boys attended the fair back in August. Sammy wanted to loiter in the animal section and Mason didn’t care as long as there was something going on around him.

Tomorrow is back to the therapist and then to have blood work done.

Happy Wednesday!

Published in: on September 18, 2013 at 12:51 pm  Comments (7)  

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  1. Flannel sheets here also, we have been having a lot warmer late summer then usual. You never know anymore what the weather is going to do, of course there is no such thing as global warming !!
    You sound some more cheerful then you did, that is good, keep on keeping on !

    • They cannot predict weather from day-to-day anymore.
      Not quite as sore today.
      Thanks, Sandy.

  2. Maybe your cap is in this big box where Sammy keeps his toys. 🙂
    I agree with Sandy. You sound more cheerful then you did. Have a good therapy tomorrow. BTW, I don’t like flannel sheets too. I think summer in Tennessee would be too hot for me. But I think I would like Tennessee winters.

    • We are going to look in the back of the closet for my cap.
      I’m already looking for the first signs of spring.
      Thanks, Jola. 🙂

  3. Oh yeah, great fall weather. Bright blue skies and no clouds. Sleeping like a baby, some nights. The mountains need me to visit.

    We are in for a long snowy winter. That is my view for this winter.

    • Do you ski?
      Thanks, Mark.

      • Nope.

        My winter sport was hockey.

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