Mid-April already? Time is flying and Spring is here despite some frosts at night. We've seen migrating Rose-breasted Grosbeaks and welcomed our first hummingbirds this week.
Thank goodness for premium channels, streaming, "on demand," and DVDs of vintage Bette Davis movies. Those along with my books are an alternative to network television so rife with politics. I did near that John Kasich is opposed to gay marriages but "would uphold the law." And Ted Cruz thinks our "bathroom law" is perfectly reasonable. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton apparently had a contentious debate with much shouting and finger pointing. Amazing what you pick up on the banners when you try to watch the local weather reports. I even changed my laptop's home page to avoid politics.
Lucy moves in her own private sphere, blessedly unaware of all the things going on in our world. Everything moves in her world with perfect regularity. I'm a bit jealous.
In the evenings she snoozes with her pillows next to my husband's chair.
Surely they can see that I need a little blanket.
Mom knits them for babies but where is mine?
Today's quote comes from Franklin D. Roosevelt:
"If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships - the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace."
HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND, EVERYONE.
DO SOMETHING THAT MAKES YOU HAPPY
DO SOMETHING TO MAKE SOMEONE ELSE HAPPY