Monthly Archives: March 2014
We are back to warm, springlike weather for the last day of March. It was sunny and close to 70 degrees by the time I left work. I had a haircut appointment at 5:30. Frances had a nice day to … Continue reading
15 to 20 mph winds with 35 to 40 mph gusts. We even had rain/snow showers this morning. I can hear the wind is whistling around the corner of the house in my office. With the wet ground I hope … Continue reading
I did a couple of kit projects for Bob first thing this morning then took off to run some errands including stopping at Frances’ to drop off some documents for mom to sign. We chatted about mom’s current situation and … Continue reading
I am reading the next book in Lorna Barrett’s A Booktown Mystery series, Sentenced to Death. Warmer today and sunny. Off to the Y after work.
I am reading Murder on the Cape Fear by Ellen Elizabeth Hunter. This is the sixth book in her Magnolia Mystery series. Interesting weather today. It was just barely sprinkling when I went to work. About half an hour later … Continue reading
A sunny but cold day. Work has been sort of up and down. I am either really busy or not much at all. This weekend I finally finished the Canadian Flashpoint series while doing kit stuff for Bob. Tonight we … Continue reading
We went from sunny and warm yesterday to rainy and cool for today. House cleaning chores are finished. Kit stuff for Bob this afternoon.
I am reading a new Bill Slider mystery, Hard Going, by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles. She is one of the best police procedural authors I read. Yesterday I had to pick up mom’s tax returns. I left work around 4:15 to make … Continue reading
Mom’s caregiver, Tonya, was concerned that mom might have a UTI. Since I had to leave today at 2:30 to take mom to a scheduled appointment with her lung doctor and Frances had to go to work, Frances made mom … Continue reading