After chores and breakfast I headed out to town to run weekly banking and P.O. errands.
As I drove home I found myself all alone on the road so I slowed down to take in some rainy day, winter scenery.
Love these Alpacas .
I then started putting my regular things back on the shelves after washing them and getting all the ornaments off the tree so we could decide if it was going to fit in any of our containers.
The one new ornament for this year was this one from Ocean Isle where we spent our beach vacation this year.
I worked on this project all afternoon except for a walking video break.
Little EL came to stay while her mom went to her doctor again today. Baby is in position, so we are just waiting for him to choose the time for his entry.
Daughter's team won their tournament finals tonight, playing a much better game than they did last night.
Hubbie and I took the Christmas tree apart and tried to get it in the biggest container we have but it was too big so we put it back together and covered it with a sheet downstairs.
I am afraid to set it out in the shed as the mice might get in there and chew the wires of the lights up.
While I was downstairs I watered all the plants wintering in there. This Escargo Begonia sat on my front porch all summer with its beautiful leaves and now inside the basement it is blooming beautifully.
The fire feels good tonight for sure and after working to get all the regular shelf sitters back in place I watched the UNC / William&Mary basketball game which UNC won pretty handily.
I saw this interesting map on the weather channel website . This is the "greenest" place on earth.
It is because of all the corn crops grown in the hot pink areas that release a fluorescent glow that can be seen by space satelites.
So very very grateful for the blessings of this entire year.
Good Night and God Bless.