This morning I had errands downtown Wiarton. I left the house at 9 am, not returning until almost 11:00 am. It does not take long for time to fly by when you have a couple of stops to make, never mind popping in to see my girlfriend to enjoy a coffee with her.
I did get laundry done today. Three loads to be exact. I also made mental notes of what and where I am going to start purging and decluttering. I started with Rob, as when I was putting laundry away I was taken back on how many pairs of jeans he possesses, and bought 2 more pair only last month.
For some reason I got a chill this afternoon. My feet, hands, and even my nose were all freezing. I ended up having a bath as hot as I could stand, which actually did the trick of taking the chill from my bones.
Our niece's husband, Rich, is very talented with is own business of Ironworks. Richcraft currently is offering a "special" which is 25% off, for a limited time only, pre-ordered weather vanes..
For more information on Richcraft, please drop on over to the website by *clicking* HERE.
Rob and I can not believe since the weather was getting a bit nicer the past week, that our pain levels increased more then when it had been down in the minus double digits in February. Yes dampness does a number on arthritis does it not? Hot baths, a warm blanket and some good pain rub can go a long way some days .... damn getting old sucks does it not? but still I am certain I love the scenery on this side of the dirt then the other side.
Time to take a couple of Aussies out for the last time this evening, and look forward to maybe another good night's sleep, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.