I’m starting to count down the hours until I get on a plane and get out of here. That and I’m starting my pre-travel rituals.
- I called the credit card company to let them know where I was going to be and for how long.
- I started packing my camera bag and getting rd of unnecessary items to take with me.
- My twin batteries are in the charger. I’ll leave them there for now and use my backup battery for a while.
In the meanwhile, it’s a beautiful day out there. I think I’ll grill me up some supper tonight. I gotta get my grill up on my deck for this coming winter.
I’m sitting here enjoying my Saturday morning coffee as the sun rises. You don’t want to know what the temperature is outside right now. I didn’t want to know but I looked anywho. It’s 36*F out there right now. That makes it a what? A rather tropical 2C? At least there is no frost that I can see.
I’m playing with the manual settings on my camera seeing what the different settings do and how it creates. This one turned out OK but in all truthfulness it was one picture in 10 that I kept. The rest I deleted off of the memory card. That’s the beauty of having a digital camera. You can and delete all of the pictures that you could ever want.
It’s quiet outside. The breeze is just now starting to pick up. A big flock of Canada geese passed by a while ago. Miss Lily jumped into the bay window to see what all the noise was as they passed by. She hunkered down, jumped down and then ran off when she saw what it was. She must have thought that the geese would eat her or something.
Back to the coffee. It’s warm and tastes good. I’m thinking about what I need to get done between now and next Wednesday evening. The list isn’t too long so it’s manageable.
It’s time to feed the cats and get a refill.
I wonder what I can do next year for an encore.
… and see what I can find this time around.