The colors of fall are so beautiful and I am loving sharing these pictures with you each day. All too soon it will be bare branches and snow on the ground.
I took the weekend off from blogging to rest and recover. This horrible sinus infection finally caught up with me and I ended up sleeping most of the day Saturday and all day after church on Sunday. I am feeling so much better today, but still tired. I may sleep this afternoon away too. But I wouldn't be sleeping so much if I didn't need it. I think it is my body's way of repairing itself. And better now than Christmas week.
So basically, I don't have much to tell you since I was ASLEEP the whole weekend. I did finish knitting my shawl. It is not as large as I would like, but I still have to block it and hopefully that will stretch it some. I started on a scarf for my sister-in-law for Christmas. I did a lot on it and then messed up. I tried to rip out just the row I did wrong but three rows below also ripped out and then it started unraveling. That's what happens with lace. So it is no more. But it's a quick and easy pattern so I will start over. I need to get it finished by Thanksgiving so I can give my brother and sister-in-law their gifts. It is the last time I will see them before Christmas.
I did have my first hot chocolate of the season the other day. I just said I felt like having one what with watching all the Christmas movies and Joe went to the kitchen and made me a mug. What a guy!
Joe is still feeling lousy. I went to church yesterday, but he stayed in bed. He is still taking his antibiotics so hopefully he will feel better by the time they are finished.
This is a busy week. Ladies Bible Study on Tuesday, Bible Study and Prayer on Wednesday, Elders Meeting on Thursday. But these are good weeks. Can you believe next week is Thanksgiving?
So I am going to get off of here and get busy. I have all the dishes and wash that I didn't get done yesterday waiting for me today. And the cleaning that never gets done. Until later...
Sunrise: 6:45 a.m.
Sunset: 4:45 p.m.
10 hours of daylight