Another week is almost over. And so is the month. Time marches on.
Yesterday it was a rainy day. Pouring rain! And cold. About 8:00 a.m. I get a text message from Pastor asking if I would like to run an early morning errand for him. I replied, "It depends on what it is!" It turns out that he had a 10:00 a.m. meeting with some pastors and wanted to get some soft pretzels for them. I ended up calling his office, finding out the details and heading out the door. Before I even ate breakfast!
I drove down the avenue where all the rioting had taken place the day before. How sad to see everything boarded up. Some of the stores. I think, will not reopen. When I got to Philly Pretzel Factory I wasn't sure it was open even though the internet said it was. Like all the rest of the stores, it was boarded up.
I ran through the rain to the store and then realized I left my mask in the car. So I ran back and then back to the store. It was open and I bought 25 pretzels (and a free jar of mustard) for the meeting. They were hot and smelled so good.
When I left Joe was still in bed. I woke him up and told him where I was going. He said to bring some mini pretzels home for us. So I did.
That was breakfast for us. They were still hot when I got home and oh, so good.
I went to the hospital today to see my doctor. I have to have some tests done and the next available day is December 30. I have to fast the day before and be put under for the test on the day of. Which means for two years in a row I will be spending my birthday and the day after in the hospital. *sigh*
It is getting very cold here. Going down in the 40s and 30s over the next few days. Cold weather is not my friend and I am always sad to see the summer and fall go. So now I am looking forward to the holidays and then spring. After Christmas I always start planning my spring garden. Because of the great success I had with my tomatoes, I am going to get some plants for next year also.
I have one more picture to show you. When we got home today I had to park in the lot across the street from me. This had me facing the houses on the next street over and I saw this house decorated so nicely for Halloween tomorrow. I snapped a picture to show you.
And with that I must go to bed. I'll try to show you Halloween pictures tomorrow.