The snow geese have arrived.
They arrived later this year than in past years. Probably because of the unseasonably warmer weather we have been having here in southern Delaware.
I took this video last week, during my morning walk through the development where I live. My morning walk is one of my pure pleasures this time of my life. On this particular morning, as I was completing my two and a quarter mile walk, the snow geese flew overhead. I looked up and let that good, natural feeling of communing with nature envelope me.
Lately I haven't been in much of a mood to pound this keyboard to punch out a blog posting. Not that I don't have anything to write about, I do. I always do. That's one thing I never lack, subject matter of what to write about. But for some reason, and I think I know what it is, I just haven't been in the mood to put my mental musings in a blog. But I feel a responsibility to keep it up.
In three days we'll have a new president. I'll be very frank with you folks,, I am fearful, very fearful. Talk about the "end of times." I am THAT fearful. I hope my fears are overblown but I do have this sinking feeling they are not.
So what have I been doing these days? Playing online Scrabble with my Travel Sidekick, Pat, an always enjoyable and soothing past time.
I've also been organizing my 86,000 some photos and videos on my computer. A YUGE job. Sometimes I wonder why I am doing that because after I'm gone no one cares what I have on my computer. But for now, I care and I also derive pleasure looking at all those photos, especially the older ones, tagging them and putting them in some kind of order. Who knows, maybe one of my great-nephews or great-nieces will have an interest once they get past their young years. By the way I am now a great-great uncle. Two of my great nieces have daughters of their own. Man oh man am I old.
My current challenge is to get a handyman to install a bidet on my toilet. Talk about a change of subject. You know me folks, I veer right and left, sometimes with a very sharp curve.
Next up is taking Bill for his first visit to a cardiologist. Bill and I both have irregular heartbeats. I was hoping to get Bill to see my cardiologist but he's booked up until May. Bill's cardiologist is in the same practice though. Thank goodness the VA Choice program is covering the expenses. This visit to the cardiologist is more to prepare Bill for his cataract surgery. Then maybe after his surgery we can get his driver's license back.
Well, this is enough musings for now folks. I have some Scrabble games to catch up on