Sunday, May 24, 2015
We finally are having a calmer day today. I went and did the grocery shopping early this morning and then we had to run a few errands. Our laundry room/mudroom is off of the kitchen. We originally had white pulls on all the cabinets in the laundry room. As we now have blacks knobs and pulls in the kitchen we thought it would look better to have black pulls in the laundry room too. Easier said then done. We finally found them in our local Home Hardware. Chuck installed them and they look great.
We had a joyous time reinstalling the range hood a little while ago. I was trying to hold it up while Chuck fed the wire through and tried to line it up. What fun! I need to lift weights or something!
I took this photo of Toby our neighbours cat a few days ago. She is the 14 (15?) year old one. Doesn't say much but was very friendly from the first moment we met her. She is getting rather thin and bony. I hope she is healthy.
This was as close as I could get to these swans on the Bay a couple of days ago. They were just leisurely swimming around on this windy day. The building in the background is our new marina costing 12 MILLION DOLLARS! Not alot of people are happy in town here with the cost of this, ourselves included. Our roads are terrible, they are threatening to close our hospital and we have a drastic doctor shortage but we can have a 12 MILLION DOLLAR marina. I don't understand.
It looks like we finally are going to get some much needed rain this week. It is so dry here so I hope it materializes. Take care.
at May 24, 2015
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