Tuesday night found my 2 friends and I in the 11th row, so excited we would have wiggled our tails off if we'd been puppies.
Destiny and I couldn't resist having our picture taken in front of the poster.
I'm so glad I was able to share this experience with my friends here.
Rarely do I get mail at work. There's just no reason for it. Occasionally, however, a piece comes in and it gets put into my mailbox. One piece arrived last weekend and it was decided that it was probably meant for me.
Today brought rain, drizzle, and ice to the Ozarks. The windows on the east side of the house are covered in a thin layer of ice - they look like those frosted glass squares one sometimes uses in a bathroom window - lets in light but no one can see through. The roads are a bit slippery so we are really glad we don't need to leave the homestead today. Taking the dogs outside periodically, we can hear the drip, drip, drip of melting ice...although the temps aren't higher than freezing yet, and the clouds are covering the sunshine, we are still getting a bit of a melt...the roads won't be treacherous tomorrow when John has to go to work, thank goodness.
Well, I want to get a couple of projects off the ground today. Time to 'turn to' as they say in the navy! Thanks for stopping by.