Well I'm exhausted!!! Art just sat in the chair and said, ''boy I'm tired." I don't think those words came out of our mouths at Hardin Ridge. Well, Ok maybe the tired but not exhausted.....geesh being at home is hard work. We decided hey since we're here we need to ''simplify'' our lives in the house. So...we started in our bedroom. We have a small closet that we share so every 'change of the season' we have to drag in plastic tubs from the garage with that season's clothes. Then pack up the out going season in the tubs and lug them back to the garage. Just loads of fun. Not! I told Art this is the year I stop this cycle. I saw how I can live with so little in the fifth wheel that there is no reason to have all these clothes and stuff in here. So I sorted and pitched. Ended up with 2 huge bags for Good Will, that is with Art's clothes too. So now I have ONE, let me say that again...ONE tub for the garage. All my clothes, the few I have, are now all in the house in the closet. And we got rid of some things off the floor to make vacuuming easier. (Not clothes :) small tables, plants, etc) I realized while living in the fifth wheel that having less to pick from made life so much easier. Since we had work shirts provided by the park we needed very few shirts of our own. I had 3 dress shirts to pick from and one pair of good jeans and one pair of good shoes. So now the bedroom is done and I am starting on the rest of house. This will hopefully make it easier to move into the fifth wheel when we can full time for good. Well now that you know what I did today and how tired I am I will sit and rest and post some more pictures.I have to start with Meredith. Since we hadn't seen her for a month I was taking every picture I could of her.
|Sharing Papaw's Lemonade Shake-Up. Hannah looks mad doesn't she? Maybe she wanted some too :))|
|Heck with that little amount she was getting she went back to her cup!|
|She was so cute she had those little crackers mixed with her Cheerios. She was sorting them, crackers in the round holder, Cheerios in the square one. "Hey, you took my picture."|
|They had started to put down this large stone...so I don't know if they were going to carry that all the way down or eventually pave it. We will see when we go back.|
|The Fall leaves were just gorgeous. I couldn't get enough of them.|
|She finally gave in and had a short nap, she was worn out. Notice bottom left... we were walking back to the car and it was sooooo windy!|
So from Thorntown we send hugs and best wishes.