2021 May 18

Another sunless sunrise.
Scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, sausage and toast makers for a great stay to the day
The grounds crew trying to get it cut and trimmed between rains.
Lunch of leftover chicken and dressing and fresh tomato, green pepper, and cucumber made for quick and easy fixin’s.

A trip to the food pantry netted us 4 boxes and several bags of produce, canned goods, and dry goods. At least 2 boxes and some bags of produce will be taken to the Operation Liberty Hill Food Pantry when we head that direction on Thursday. Before Covid a trip to the food pantry meant going in and select what items you could use. During Covid they just bring boxes to the vehicle. That means we end up with things we don’t need, can’t use, or just don’t want. Since our cup runneth over, we pass the blessing on.

We had an extended round of lightening in the late afternoon. It became so dark that it cool could have been 9pm instead of 4pm.

There were still some unfriendly skies to the west, as it approached bedtime for the senior Williams couple. However, closer to the horizon lay a band of golden light. It was an interesting day and it may prove to be an interesting night. Goodnight and God bless.

©2021 Thomas E Williams

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