March Madness Nope, not basketball.
Lots of pollen. Nasty yellow coating on everything from the patio table to the trike. The good news is the finches have moved on. They eat us out of house and home when it comes to sunflower seeds. Now we only fill the feeders once a day or day in a half. They move in every year for over a month and dominate the feeders. Other creature sightings are some deer in the field. We saw about 7 of them running off through our field into the adjacent land a while back. It is good to see a herd again after ours was wiped out years back. A herd met up with several cars and trucks and then we didn’t see any for years and years. They have repopulated….finally.
I enjoy a tipple now and then when we sit in the den. Maybe I should cut back….a little. I prefer wine to beer but when we listen to blues or jazz………..bourbon seems the obvious choice. Lately we are loving Albert King, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters and James McMurtry. Actually McMurtry is always a staple and if you want to listen to a story and music…………he is the perfect choice. If I want to read and listen to music it’s gotta be classical. Works a charm.
A Year Between Friends, 3191 Miles Apart
11/22/63 by Stephen King
We saw Arrival and I just don't know what to say. It was slow and sometimes confusing and sad. (shrugs shoulders) Meh. Allied with Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard was good. Action and intrigue. A mystery about our French leading lady.....is she a spy or not?
Using a notebook again instead of random notes to remind me what I want share on the blog. It had been a while since I did bullet journaling. Happy.
Tomorrow I hope to bring you a wonderfully easy recipe that is healthy and quick to prepare. Stay tuned.
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