All I can say is “Where’s Sheba when you need her?” <sigh> The hole in the ground under the bird feeder is back, as is the squirrel that created it. I know if we had Sheba here, that squirrel would be history!
Other than the hassle of unwanted squirrels, the day is just beautiful. It’s a bit cool outside, but that’s expected. I watch the leaves on the Oak trees fluttering down and know that within a few weeks, the trees will have shed all of their leaves and be naked until Spring of next year. I do enjoy the changing of the seasons, even if I don’t handle the extreme temperatures very well.
Tomorrow will be a long day. It’s Apple Festival in Tehachapi and Robert and I have docent duty at the Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum. Robert’s step-brother-in-law texted me yesterday, saying that they were beginning to harvest apples at their home in Washington and when could they expect us to arrive at our home in Roadhaven. I texted him back that it wouldn’t be until some time in December as Robert was having cataract surgeries. Last winter he brought a couple of cases of apples and I made all sorts of apple dishes. They were excellent! I think I’ll probably miss out on the free apples this year, but there’s always next year! LOL
Be safe, be well, and please be happy. Each day is a fresh start for your life–make it a good start! Be sure to tell those you love that you love them.