Tuesday, October 07, 2008
Tuesday Evening Blogging Station...
I thought I would take the time this evening to blog about my day. I'll start from right now so you'll understand the pictures. After getting home from Wes and Cheryl's where we just hung out for a while this evening.....I got home anxious to blog. The last couple of days I've been catching up on some blogs I haven't checked in on for a while. I realizeed how much a kick I get out of checking in on real people with real lives instead of watching TV! Fall is setting in here in central Ohio. I love it.....sssssoooo....I thought to myself...."Self....why don't you just take that wireless computer out on the back porch where you can feel the cool fall air, listen to water flow over the falls of the Botanical Gardens, enjoy supper and check out people's blogs?" That's what I have done. Pat fixed a bowl of "Kay's Chicken Soup" named for a gal we helped through the most difficult of mental maladies years ago. I also fixed some fresh from the garden tomatoes over cottage cheese with a little salt and pepper and finished it off with 2 of Pat's internationally famous choclate chip cookies......DOES LIFE GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS???!!! (Yes, Heather, I know it does working out!!)
Since then I have been surfing blog to blog. It's been an enjoyabe tour. Among other things I've caught up on Elizabeth's plans for marriage, Zoe's spongebob quiz, Beth's always interesting Grace Everyday and heard about Kirby's busy life preparing to star in the play, Tuesdays With Maury which Pat and I and anyone we can drag along with us will attend. I've been on line to book a camp sight at Mohican for an overnighter we want to take here in the fall.
This evening we took a bike ride on the Black Hand Gorge Bike Trail. As always birds and deer accompanied us! Earlier today I returned tables to church from the Barnyard Hoedown event and visited the two student teachers I supervise to do observations. So there you have it. Now I'll go in to tuck in and wathch what I can of the debates......and go nighties! Love You All!