Brad had business in neighboring Fannin County today and I went along for company. We were gone about four hours and stopped in Sherman for a bite of lunch before heading home. We had intended to stop and vote but I was tired and needed out of the car so we decided to let voting wait til Monday. The wind was cold and, even with my wool sweater, it wasn’t fun being outdoors. It warmed up after we got home and the wind finally died down.
I haven’t taken a photo of the finished socks yet, but I’ll do that tomorrow after they are washed and on the blockers. I have another pair of socks that need the ribbing knitted and I’ll grab those next.
I spent some time fiddling around with my new phone, arranging apps on my homepage and hiding the ones I don’t need. I discovered I can make folders and lump similar things together to take up less room. Amazingly enough, our phones actually work in the house. Brad called Audrey from his phone and the call went through. I don’t know that I would trust it to maintain a connection though. We will see. And we have no intention of dropping out landline. We need something that works in a power outage and don’t need to rely on something that needs charging.
Brad is out of the shower and we’re going to look for something to watch on TV before bedtime. All I did was sit in the SUV while Brad did the driving. I can’t believe I’m so tired! I should have gotten out and stretched my legs instead of sitting there the entire time. It won’t be long and we’ll both be headed to bed. He needs to pick up a package at the post office in the morning and I suggested bringing home breakfast croissants from the coffee shop on his way back.
I don’t see anything to watch on TV so I’ll probably read for a bit. Have a blessed Friday night, ya’ll.