It’s cloudy, 43° and feels like 39° outside this morning. Looks like we are in for a morning of showers. But that’s just fine because…have I mentioned that we have hay? And it appears the neighbor hauled his cows and bull off to another piece of property. At least that’s what he says. We’ll see.
I got a little knitting done yesterday and Brad had a good day at the range with his student. He was pretty much worn out when he got home and I had potatoes baking when he walked in the door. After he cooled off from his shower we had loaded baked potatoes for dinner and both of us made an early night of it. I thought to use the TENS unit on my left shoulder and arm before I went to bed and it made a huge difference. I need to remember that in the future.
Our roofer’s son made it out and sealed the shingles that had kicked up in high winds and led to the leak in the garage roof. It had to be postponed another week, we had expected to be finished with it before Thanksgiving, except the poor guy spent several days in the hospital with intestinal problems and needed time to recoup. He and his partner did a great job in a short period of time and even swept the pine needles out of the valleys of the gable roof over the front porch. They checked the entire roof and sealed a few more places just to be sure there were no more problems. It was warranty work so it didn’t cost us a dime.
Brad will be heading out shortly. The grandchildren are staying home today so he doesn’t need to pick them up for church but he’ll probably take lunch to the farm on his way home. I need to start a pot of soup later today. Perfect weather for that.
I’m caught up on housework. I did three loads of laundry while Brad was gone yesterday but I completely forgot to go in to pick up the groceries I wanted. Not a big deal, but we are out of yogurt now. It’s time to put some coffee on to brew and start my morning devotional.
Have a blessed Sunday, ya’ll. Stay warm and dry.