I headed North to Lion's Head, Rob and John headed South to Saugeen Shores, Southampton & Port Elgin.
Of course when I arrived in Lion's Head it started raining. Turning on my wipers I realized only the passenger side worked. This was not good but with the wipers being wide enough I could see fine down the middle and the rain had not been torrents, only lasting for a little bit of time. Rob on the other had pulled out down the highway to have the muffler come apart on the vehicle he had been driving. Let's see what else happened? when he got back home to take the other vehicle out, it had needed boosting ! Really truly, does it ever end? really truly I try to remain optmistic, but really truly there are some days it is very difficult.
I *sigh* alot ... having a *sigh* for every situation I am certain.
The remainder of the day went pretty smooth. By the time we had gotten all our running done this morning by the time we finally both stopped it had been 1 pm.. Poor Rob still feeling under the weather went to bed for the afternoon, while I covered the "fort" so to speak.
Packing the "BIG" box, then straightening up the bed somewhat took up a good part of the day, but at least it was something accomplished if nothing else. Man oh man, when I was talking to my Auntie today I was saying I can never keep caught up, as I just can't manage to be here, there and everywhere all at once, and after I have been there and everywhere, I am too tired to get anything done here. Did that all make sense to anyone out there ????
I got called back out about 5:30 pm. Trust me coming back from Hepworth thru to Clavering the snow was a driving force. I am afraid to say, "Winter is well on its way whether we want it or not".
Since I had taken steaks out yesterday, with Rob thinking it was too windy to go out and BBQ, today I could not leave them go. The Crock Pot to my rescue as usual.
How are Rob and I feeling now? full and tired. No surprise there after a good meal and a nice warm Wood stove to keep us warm from the outside elements.
If I had not been called out at 5:30, I might have had Dinner over with earlier with my feet up and maybe a couple rows of knitting that has been left for months undone. That never happened, however I do have my feet up, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".