May 12, 2020
My thoughts for today
First I guess I should tell you that I got my phone situation fixed. It was a mix up, on my part and there’s. When I bought my son his new phone and she asked me for the phone number, I thought she wanted my phone number, but she wanted my son’s. So we switched the SIM cards and we are good to go! Easy fix and a sigh of relief! I didn’t need to get a new phone, which means I can spend that money on something else, like some new clothes, which I am in dire need of. Not that I don’t have any “good” clothes, but my wardrobe could use some spicing up!
I also rehung the one bird feeder that the bear didn’t destroy/drag off. I still haven’t found the other feeder!
It’s in the same tree, just in a different spot and higher up. Not sure if I can get it down by myself or if it’s out of reach of the bear…we will find out. If the bear’s even still here. I was thinking just hang it out every morning and take it down every night, putting it in the camper every night. We’ll just have to see… Oh, that feeder was empty, which is why he pretty much left it alone. It was on the ground, but perfectly okay.
The Azalea bushes are starting to dry up/lose there petals. The cold temps may not be helping much either. Which reminds me, we have another freeze warning tonight! One of these days, I know spring temeratures will show up!
Here’s the original photo from the first (abstract) photo…
I have so many leftovers, it’s not even funny! What’s a leftover, you might ask? It’s photos I have leftover from last month, or previous months, that I didn’t get to use. Not so long ago, at the end of the month, or the beginning of the next month, I used to do a post with some left overs…but I stopped doing that. Not sure exactly why, but other things came up.
What have you
Things have changed
As much as they stay the same
National Third Shift Workers Day
National Crouton Day
National Frog Jumping Day
National Fruit Cocktail Day
National Apple Pie Day
National Receptionists Day
On May 13, 1607 English colonists led by John Smith make a second landing near James River in Virginia
Ole Worm, Danish physician, born May 13, 1588 in Aarhus, Denmark–Norway (d. 1654) (onthisday.com)
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Hope you have a great day, night or evening
where ever you may be!
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