It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Easier Day!

Our Location Today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

After a good night's sleep we were back to working on our computers finding resolves for some of the problems that have been popping up. While on my computer I noted a drastic change in the weather forecast calling for our landscape to be turning white tomorrow. Top that off with a dip in the temperature starting Saturday and not breaking until Tuesday with temps in the low teens Farenheit for daytime highs and below 0 windchills. What happened to that early Spring?

We ran out to stock up our groceries this afternoon and ran a few more errands so we can stay indoors for the weekend.

We also would like to Thank new blog follower Jenna Deacey but unfortunately you didn't leave us any information or blog site to see what you're up to.

Comments from Donna K. did remind me that even we may be pretty busy in our retirement at least we're not getting up in the middle of the night like we did before to go to work. Isn't that the truth. Those memories reminded me of how I used to convince myself I had to do it. But Not Now!

I also received a comment from Nan Talley who loved the Pictures of the Grand Canyon yesterday. Just a note Nan I try not to reshow the same picture twice though it did happen a few times. With today's digital cameras it is very easy to take unlimited pictures of something you love seeing without breaking the bank over devolopement costs. Another thing is you can save them on file and only print the extremely special ones at a fraction of the cost of taking them to a photo store for processing. A word of warning we fell in love with the Grand Canyon and have Hundreds more that we haven't posted yet.

Another thing I mentioned yesterday about Nan and John selling their llama farm to go fulltime. they are going to be traveling with llama fiber and Nan will be spinning, felting, weaving and knitting away while they tour around the country as they camp. No dust or should I say lint is going to gather there. Just kidding but we wish you both Luck and Best Wishes in your new life style and maybe someday our paths will cross.

  Hopefully the Extended Forecast that I  saw on the computer will also hold true and that Tuesday is the start of a slow but steady increase in temperatures. That could mean the Groundhog was right in his prediction of an early spring. If not Spring will still arrive in another 40 days anyways. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.

Krackers


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3 comments:

  1. I sure hope our paths cross. I just might have a pair of socks or a scarf, or ???? knit up for you. The nice wool socks are great in the desert. Warm in the winter, but keep you cool in the summer. The only thing they don't do is sweetly hum at you like the llamas do.

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  2. I can sure relate to your comment on taking hundreds of photos with digital cameras...ain't it the truth! We'd be bankrupt if we had to pay to develop all the photos we take. One of life's little pleasures of the digital age!! You share all you want - I never tire of looking at the Grand Canyon, or Yellowstone, or pretty flowers, or animals, or....

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  3. Ahhhh the white stuff is collecting rapidly here on the ground this morning. How depressing!

    Yup, Nan and I are almost on the same wavelength here too. And both spinners, weavers, knitters and basically FIBERHOLICS!

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