Friday, January 15, 2016

ANOTHER PHOTO FRIDAY

After a very busy day yesterday I did NOTHING today.  I slept a lot but that's about it.  I woke up feeling lousy.  I think I may be catching Joe's upper respiratory infection.  I was supposed to go to the pension board today, but called and told them I was sick.  I was coughing so hard that I had trouble talking.  The lady I talked to was so nice and said everyone there was taking their turns being sick too.  She is going to mail information to me and I just have to mail it back to them to get my pension started.  I will have to go down there in a couple of months to sign final papers, but at least we can get things started.

Besides that I just slept most of the day.  I think I overdid it yesterday when I was feeling good.  But hopefully I will feel better tomorrow to get things done.

I really have nothing to tell you today, so I will show you my picture for Photo Friday.  Philadelphia is an old city, but the neighborhoods are of differing ages.  Bridesburg, where I live, was settled in the early 19th century.  The houses here reflect that.  This is a picture I took of some old row houses a couple of blocks from where I live.  I also live in a row house, but there are no porches in my block.  There are all different styles of a row house.  Thought you would like to see these.


Some people would find it difficult to live so closely with their neighbors, but we just think it is normal.  I would find it strange to live in a house in the country.  It is amazing how versatile people are.

See you tomorrow.

Kathy 

4 comments:

  1. It is interesting how comfortable each of us is in our own patch of the planet. I like seeing photos of houses in other cities and counties.Really neat!

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  2. Hi Kathy, I sure hope you are feeling better today. This cold back to warm temperatures doesn't help us to stay well. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  3. Row homes work great in the winter. Shared warmth on 2 sides and 2 sides exposed. I still like my new modern home here in Doylestown, Pa.

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  4. I enjoyed living in the country when I was growing up. I've since then been in closer to people. Our next door neighbor is right there...well 100 ft maybe? It's mostly good. In a small town. Row houses look nice. Once I got lost in St. Louis, MO and drove down a neighborhood to find directions and there were nice brick row houses. Yes, the lady I talked to said I was going ok....and she just kinda shook her head at me and smiled when I said I was making sure I was going in direction of airport....sigh! Hope you get caught up on sleep and no getting the cold bug that's been hitting us as well! God bless and prayers!

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