It was another scorcher, so anytime I walked into somewhere with Air Conditioning it was a bit like "heaven".
Last night it had cooled off a wee wee little bit, but really not too much, anyhow we still managed to take the Aussies out for some Hay Fun.
When I am downtown at Wiarton Wednesdays I still come home a couple times to take the "gang" out and about. Today I took a time out for myself to appreciate some more Nature growing in my flower beds. Something I try to do at least once a day.
The couple’s stripped down, yet high-energy style captivates audiences of all ages, exposing their influences like Bob Dylan, The Avett Brothers, Joel Plasket and Ian & Sylvia. Their on-stage chemistry is infectious, just like the catchy hooks that fill their debut EP: “Ghosts of the Bury Road”. Their songs about life, love, loss, and discovery are inspired by the beautiful Bruce Peninsula and like the landscape, have a rugged, yet touching texture.
Wednesdays are a long day for me, but I am off the opinion if The "Crabby Cabbie" wants to be a Team Player as a Member of the Wiarton & District Chamber of Commerce, then we need to play ball. Besides it really is nice to get out and do a bit of Customer Relations, help my friend, Koreen, in her store and enjoy the day.
What I was disappointed in was the lack of Team Players in Wiarton Wednesdays. Anything "new" in a Community can get off to a slow start, however if everyone does not participate it will never "take off". This is my opinion only, as we all have our own opinions on how events might effect each of us, but we still need to give some things a chance from start to finish. Some people do not even give it a chance to begin with. Uniting together as one to make a Community Strong, or so I like to think, again only my opinion.
Okay back off my soap box I think I best be calling it a night here very shortly, as I am really really tired. Hopefully I will soon be snug as a bug in my bed having sweet dreams, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".