View From My Window

Friday, September 24, 2021 — Wow, it’s the last Friday of the month and the end of this year is fast approaching.

I had to change my cell phone number last night. For whatever reason, it got tied to another FaceBook user and I began receiving all of his posts plus the ‘people you may know’ were all friends/acquaintances of his. He appeared to be Mexican, as did all of the people in his profile. I found myself totally frustrated at this situation and after writing to FaceBook several times, I gave up and decided the best thing to do would be to change my cell phone number. I won’t put it here because this blog is public, but if you want the new number (and I haven’t sent it to you in an e-mail by now), just send me a message and I’ll reply.

For today, I might have to go downtown to meet with the AT&T repair person because the service has been cutting out since Tuesday. Not looking forward to leaving the house, but I’m committed to keeping that camera’s service up and running. Plus, I need to get a congratulations card in the mail to my niece’s son and his wife, who have had their first baby. It’s my niece’s first grandchild!!! Stoked is light for the way I feel right now. I actually dreamed of buying fabric to make a quilt for the baby. All of my fabric is packed away and I don’t really remember what I do have that would be appropriate, so when I go to the Depot, I’ll just have to stop by WalMart and see what they have! LOL This is a more than good enough reason to buy more fabric! (actually, I’ll take ANY excuse to go fabric shopping)

Not much else going on — we watered the layout this morning and Ruby was walking around on the layout, lapping excess water that had puddled here and there. At one point she was rubbing up against me — I hadn’t put out her food for the day yet and I think she was trying to make sure I knew she loved me and would thus take care of her empty food dish. LOL When I finished my half of the layout I told Robert I was going in. When I got upstairs, I took out two clean bowls, filled one with kibbles and went to the office door to take them out to the deck. As soon as I opened the office door, Ruby came running up the stairs. She raced into the house, did a quick turn around and as I walked out the office door she blazed past me and went directly to her empty food dish. She meowed and looked up at me. I laughed and said, “I know, you’re hungry and your dish is empty.” I set the new bowl down and proceeded to clean out her water dish. I’ve said it before and will say it again–I don’t know what will become of her when we actually sell our home and move. Ah me…

Be safe, take good care of yourself and remember to tell those you love that you love them. Life will pass, whether we enjoy it or not, so best to find something in your life to enjoy and be grateful.

About tehachap

Happily married and retired, my hobbies are quilting, reading and anything to do with trains (watching, photographing and running them in our G scale garden railroad). My husband and I have truly enjoyed our retirement, and have fulfilled one of our primary goals in life and that is to own a home overlooking train tracks so we can watch trains 24/7. We are sincerely blessed in this life.
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2 Responses to View From My Window

  1. Joanne Noragon says:

    When you move and unpack, you may find Ruby.

    Liked by 1 person

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