Today is cold, but sunny. I needed to do an errand in Mt. Vernon and asked Jim to come along to have lunch at SouthSide Diner; a fun, 1950’s style eatery. He agreed because he wanted to stop at one of the Amish sawmills along the way to get a truckload of wood.
An added bonus was that I found a few scenes along the way to photograph. I just love being out and about with a camera because it makes each day seem like a mini adventure. One just never knows what is waiting to be recorded in pixels :)
“They” say that an even more wicked cold front is coming our way, with temps predicted to go into single digits. Jim and I filled the back of our truck with enough wood to last about 2 weeks, all for $20.00. Not too shabby, but I have to tell you, chuckin’ wood is not the easiest thing in the world to do, but it got us outside in fresh air and was good exercise. I wouldn’t want to do it all day, though…just sayin’.
Now that we are home with wood and bobbins, I can stay in a cozy warm house during the cold snap and sew away to my heart’s content. Now that’s something that I could do all day….just sayin’. J
Marcheta *Chuckle, Chuckle