Shiloh, IL (Hi 70 Lo 45)
Sunday I didn't do anything but relax. We had a great day with temps in the 70's. The mornings are chilly but just a heavy jacket or sweater is great. The sun is warm, it's the wind that gets ya. While we were sitting outside we saw a doe and her baby by the pond. (Click on the photos to enlarge).
We watched the hurricane Ian that's gaining strength in the Caymen Islands. At this time it's a Cat 2 but once past Cuba it's expected to be Cat 4 before landfall in Tampa area. It can still wiggle a bit, but it's a big one. I hope it's not as much damage as Catrina, or Charley in 2004.
I was playing with Carley and got a picture.
Monday we watched a movie before I headed back home. It was great traffic because the GPS knew there was a wreck on I 70 and took me I 64 all the way home. I'm not real sure how that works, but it sure saved me time on the road. I was home in an hour and 10 min. It took awhile to unload the car. I threw everything in the washer and put other stuff away and sat down to watch the storm chasers going to Florida.
Tuesday I worked at hospice for just a few hours then home after getting a few groceries. I didn't do a lot all afternoon except watch the storm. There's so many of my friends in Florida and I'm hoping they'll all stay safe. By the end of the day the hurricane is predicted to go over our house we had in Auburndale. It's now a Cat 4 at this time. I'd be petrified staying there alone if I was still in Florida.
I finally got the puzzle in a frame. It looks great. Rick (son) got this one for me for Christmas. I love it.