A fifty somethings everyday life.
What a cute mug! I ought to go bargain shopping with you, Robin, you find amazing deals. You had another lovely road trip. My favourite pics are of the horses, of course. :-)BTW, apparently Sir Johh A. practiced law...and lived...everywhere in this region. LOL. Have you ever been to Belleville House here? I've been several times, always fun. It's not expensive, next season, if you are in town, consider going!I hope you're bundled up, it's COLD. I'm not turning the heat on quite yet, though, can't bring myself to.Take care.
I would love to go shopping with you Kim! I always find it interesting to shop with people for the first time. I think you learn a lot about a person.We thought of you right away when we saw the horses.We haven't been to Belleville House but have heard of it. We would enjoy going. John A. did get around!Another cool, blustery day today. We turn on the furnace in the mornings to warm the house up.I hope you are enjoying your days off.Take care.
Nice to see the pictures from another great road trip.Love the clouds over the lake.
You know me and clouds Karen, I can't resist taking photos of them!
Fantastic photos really, thanks for sharing!
Thanks, I love taking them.
You live in such a beautiful place. I enjoy your drives. That black horse in the middle is such a beauty!
We are very blessed to live in such a beautiful place.The black horse is beautiful.Have a great weekend!
I really like the brick house with the front porch. I'm always glad to see older homes being fixed up rather than torn down, especially if they have nice old woodwork.
I do love old brick houses. The County if full of beautiful old homes. I couldn't begin to take photos of all of them. I love just to walk around the old neighbourhoods and gawk at the houses.Take care.
I always thought it would be neat to take photos of the old, tumbling down barns, actually. Probably someone has, and has published a book! I know there's one on outhouses of Canada (old now), but I'm not sure about old barns, or old homes.I missed your last sentence re: the gum graft check...I hope all went well, Robin!
Everything is healing fine, Thanks Kim. The dentist did say " The roof of your mouth looks a little raw". What an understatement! Still rather hard to eat.
Ouch, you poor thing, I hope it's healing and getting more comfortable for you. It's interesting seeing how properties change over time with different owners, it's a shame about the barn. I love a good look round an antique shop, certainly plenty to see there xx
Hi Cheryl, I am getting more comfortable as each day passes. No fun, thats for sure!Glad you enjoyed the photos.