June already. Our lives have changed so much since March 18th when we came down with Covid. For the first time in 20 years I am the driver. I don't think in the last 20 years I drove more than 1000 miles, if that. At least I'm getting comfortable driving again. By now we would be thinking about some summer trips to get away from the heat. Instead we go to doctors - our big outings. Yesterday Bill was up and around for most of the day. He even made a batch of crepes.If I tried this the crepe would be all over the floor.
Guess my plan to start trying to lose the eight pounds I've gained will have to wait a while. The can is thickened caramel sauce. YUM.
Today is not a good day for him, he is back in bed by 7 a.m. And pretty much stayed there all day. It is discouraging. His eye is getting a little better again, but still cannot read a book, needs a big magnifying glass to use his computer and has trouble making out faces on the TV. But it is better than it was two month ago. Slow progress. (When the lady who was here for the home health visit asked if in the last month we were depressed or felt down - it was hard to lie and say "No." But my thoughts were - this is not a normal time and will go away.A close up.
I like to walk the dirt paths, Much cooler and greener than the concrete ones.
But when I get tired and want to head home quicker I take the concrete ones.
Vern's pond, taken from Vern's Island.
Do you think they would get mad if I drug this home with me. So interesting. Have just the place for it in our yard.
A friend looked this up it is a moorhen. It walks like a chicken.
All kinds of different plants and bushes over there.
A trap door spider web.
Just some info about the area.
Last blog I posted pictures of these flowers, they are really small but beautiful
A piece of wood I thought at first was some weird kind of lizard.
The canyon the river runs through.
This area is is running really fast and loud.