I can't remember who's Facebook page "Pete" came from, however I have had lots of fun with him ever since finding him...... LOL.
With "Pete" cooling, the "pack" taken care of and my "Crabby Cabbie" getting some much needed sleep to "de-crabby" him, I took my leave to pick up my friend, Sharon, to make our way to the Wiarton Salvation Army to where a few of the local Churches had grouped together to hold their Christmas Bazaar.
"There were many tempting "Hand Crafted" gifts on the very first table we came upon."
"Many very uniquely made gifts with very reasonable prices on each one."
"There were even some Church Members who were in the "Spirit of Fun" this day, by wearing their "bestest" Cat in the Hat hat."
"This Advent Calender was hand-quilted by one of the ladies. Anyone could buy a $2.00 Draw ticket on it. Wouldn't that be a nice gift to win and give?"
spurtles are "NOT TO BE USED FOR CORPORAL PUNISHMENT" ..... LOL. A "spurtle" is a Scot Kitchen tool from at least the 15th Century."
"Here we are at my Auntie's Church, the Presbyterian Church in Port Elgin. Since we had gotten there not until around the Noon hour, a lot of stuff had been "snapped" up already."
"We certainly couldn't have gone much earlier, as my "Crabby Cabbie" had wanted to join us so he could have one of those "good Church lunches"."
"There sits my dear Rob, along with my friend, Sharon and Auntie."
"Here is my Auntie Gladys listening to Sharon with her very best, "I understand totally" look on her face. Too Sweet, Auntie."
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This put a "smile" on my face, I hope it does the same for others. Thank you for sharing this with me, Paula, and Special Thanks going out to The American Christian Life United (ACLU) Choir.
That "pep" talk I had with Self, along with a second cup of Java into me, as well as being in and out in the early morning light with Mercedes already, must have did the trick, as I think I just "jabbed" my yesterday out pretty good there.
It had been raining last night the various times I was outside with Bandit, Lexus and little Mercedes (won't be long before I am NOT calling her little). It was pretty windy, but strangely mild when I was out there this morning, so I think I had better check in with my Wiarton Airport Weatherman guy to see what he has to say about the day ahead.
I am thinking there are going to be some more "raindrops" falling on my head before the day is out by the look of this forecast. Don't forget to "click" on the highlighted word "raindrops", as it is another "Blast from my Past" from the 70's.
It was also most difficult for me to not have a "happy" feeling in the tummy when looking ahead into the forecast to seeing all that YELLOW ! Wowsers ! Bring on the YELLOW Wiarton Weatherman guy !
I must be off and running, once again, as I am sure there will be another adventure for me in my day ahead, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".