Friday, October 30, 2020
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
I've tried to do Wordless Wednesday posts, but there's always something I want to say, and this week is no exception. I stopped by the Farmers Market near Lincoln Center on Saturday and the bounty was, as always, beautiful. But unlike every other year masks were part of the scene and there were lines.
I was definitely tempted to buy maple syrup and to try the maple cotton candy (at the far end of the booth). I successfully fought the temptation, but not sure if I will have the willpower when I walk by in the future.
I loved to see the fabulous array of vegetables. My vegetable bin was well stocked last week, but I think I will need a return to indulge my veggie cravings for next week.
I'm pleased to report that my visit to Best Buy yesterday was productive and Geek Squad member, Elijah, was able to get my mouse working properly. I realized it wasn't the mouse, but I may or may not have read the directions very well when I got it last April. And, as promised, I am supplying the link to my fabulous new masks at CAM Creations.
As ever, thanks for visiting and take good care.
Monday, October 26, 2020
Sunday, October 25, 2020
I've loved revisiting Connecticut today and glad you could all join me for this Pink Saturday. I hope you'll be back during the week for a museum visit and a few photographs from around New York City. I'm also pretty sure Pep and a few friends will be showing off their Halloween costumes.
As ever, thanks for visiting and take good care!
Friday, October 23, 2020
I was about to title this post, "Breaking News." But I realized that in 2020, no good would be expected to arise from a post heralding breaking news. I had prepared several other posts that are much more photogenic, but when I got the news that the gas line (pictured above in my floor's trash closet) is scheduled to be inspected next week. There's still no word what day next week or if (praying and hoping!) the lines pass inspection the gas service will be restored. But this is a major step in my return to cooking and baking via my stove. I'm trying not to get too excited, but at least once an hour I start to dream about baking cookies in a real oven.