No matter what the day brings, deep down I know it really is a good day because I have the man of my dreams, a kitty who loves me, a roof over my head and I live in paradise.

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Another Reason Why I Live in Paradise
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". . . There are nuances that scream louder than the thing that's obvious." - Louise Nevelson

I left the house at 6:15 a.m. The sky was clear. It was cool out and I was glad I had put my over-shirt on. It was a nice walk over to the community center. On the way back, the sun was coming up and the sunrise was hues of red, orange, and yellow. Just gorgeous!

I end up making three loops to and from the community center. That is a total of 30 minutes. I feel I have gotten my exercise in for today.

The highlight of food today was we received a package of chicken wings. These will go well since Michael decided we would have chicken gizzards tonight for dinner. The downside was when Michael unwrap the wings, a foul (hehehe) smell told us we wouldn't be having wings with dinner. I called a person who volunteers at the food bank and told her about the chicken and she did some research and has asked me to write a letter of complaint, which I will do.

Later in the day, Michael and I walked over to the library. I have two books to return. I was able to get out of there without taking out any books. This is because I still have two books to read.

So our weather is great. Michael walked and I walked. I even did some gardening. I transplanted a plant that appeared not to like its container. Plus, I am finding if I water the plants in front every other day they stay looking healthy. In the back I watered all the plants. I am excited because my large calla lily plant in our garden area has two buds waiting to bloom. This will be the first bloom of this plant. The one calla lily plant I transplanted into a pot has a bud on it.

I am so grateful for where I live. Granted we are short on rain water but I sure do enjoy the sunny warm days.

Since I wasn't sure about the author of yesterday's quote - there seems to be a number of George Balls - I didn't leave a link. After thinking about it this morning, I realized I could Google the quote, so I did, and I found the correct George W. Ball.

mz. em

Currently reading:

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-- "Living, Loving & Learning" - Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D.
-- "The Daily Book of Art/356 readings that teach, inspire & entertain" - day 121

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