Good Day: 12 January 2022

Good day friends,

Hope everyone had a good night’s rest. If you are only going to bed now or a bit later, wishing you a peaceful night’s rest.

It is a beautiful warm morning outside with a slight breeze. I had a very busy morning so far. I started doing the laundry, today I am washing the bedding too. I watered my plants to give them a bit of relieve for this hot day. I moved my Hydrangeas to a shadier spot with less wind also. Now I am sitting in front of my computer writing and posting until the washing machine sings and I can hang the laundry. Then the cycle begins again until all the laundry is done. Tonight, I am only making a salad with Gamon for dinner. It is too hot to stand in front of a stove.

Snuffels patrolling
My little corner overlooking the garden….

According to the weather forecast, we are having a hot and breezy summers day. With a maximum temperature of 30°C and winds up to 28.800 km/h.

YR Weather App
YR Weather App
YR Weather App
Clear Outside Weather App
Clear Outside Weather App

Update on Dad

I visited Dad yesterday morning, he is looking great and full of jokes. They are still trying to figure out the dosage for one of his medicines. His feet keep swelling and they need to get that under control. He also has a bladder infection and they are treating him for that. Dad said that if the doctor is happy with him, he can come home on Friday.

I would like to thank everyone for their prayers and well wishes for Dad. We really appreciate it. He is on the mend and it is due to all the healing vibes everyone sends him.

On my To Do List for today

  • Laundry
  • Visit Dad
  • Write Bloganuary post
  • Schedule photo posts
  • Edit
  • Gaelic Lesson
  • Prepare Dinner

Thank you for all your support and for taking the time to look at my posts. I am truly grateful for every view, like, and comment I receive.

Have a fantastic day.

🤗Big Virtual Hug 🤗


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