Hello, everyone! Hope you are all having a wonderful April. The weather here has been so great.
The other night Joe and I decided to go to Chick-Fil-A. It's been quite a while since we were there. Isn't it amazing that we always get the same thing? I have to get out of my comfort zone and try something different there.
Joe loved this picture. He kept commenting on it and asked me to take a picture of it.
Across the street from Chick-Fil-A they are knocking down an old building. I heard they are going to put a new Marshall's there. I hope they do. I love Marshall's. There was a rumor that one was going in at an old store down the street, but it turned out to be a Ross.
On Friday we finally got the dishwasher delivered. Here is our old one.
And the box with our new one.
The guys who delivered it were so nice. The lead guy, Marc, said we should be glad the first guys did not install it because he and his partner Julio go behind cleaning up all the mistakes the first two guys make. These two would have installed it but I had already cancelled the installation. When I heard that, I knew that God had taken care of us by not letting the first crew install it.
Bright and early Saturday morning the plumbers came to install the new one. Yeah, it cost more, but they did a wonderful job. They even took the old one away with them and cleaned up after themselves. Here's the new one.
Joe ran the first load. It works so well. The dishes are cleaner than they have been in a long time. With the old one we sometimes had to rewash things. I guess it must have been going for awhile and we didn't notice.
Joe began his third week of physical therapy today to get the use of his hand back. He is doing so well! He goes for six weeks altogether.
I had so much to do today and didn't do anything but sleep. Every once in awhile I don't sleep well at night and then I crash for a couple of days. Hopefully tomorrow will be better. Well, I can't sleep all day tomorrow because I am teaching Bible study in the morning. And I MUST work on that tonight.
Joe and I finished watching The Victorian Pharmacy. How interesting! It had four parts and went through sixty years of how a pharmacy changed from 1840 to 1900. It was great. Now we are starting on the Edwardian Farm.
I found a new channel called "Herodotus MK2: The Father of History." Such great history videos there. The only trouble is there are tons of them and I want to watch them all. Just when I think I'm getting somewhere, he adds 18-24 more! The ones I've seen are:
Ancient Rome: the Power and the Glory
Part 1 -- The Rise of the Roman Empire
Part 2 -- The Grasp of an Empire
Part 3 -- The Legions of Conquest
Part 4 -- The Cult of Order
Part 5 -- The Seduction of Power
Part 6 -- The Fall of the Roman Empire
I have started a new series but will tell you about that when I finish. This was so good and I learned TONS.
APRIL AT 7 P.M.
A new series of evening pictures for you.
I will upload the others and show them to you next time. The sky is so pretty here.
So that's it for this time. I'm going out to make dinner. No idea what I'm having. I'll find something, though.
Have a good evening!