Hi everyone on this Wednesday evening! We just finished 2 very delightful days here in the north. Warm (for us anyway), sunny, beautiful autumn days. Perfect days to get out and get some great pictures along my forest path to the river. I have been waiting for some sunny weather to get those pictures, since cloudy days just don’t produce the right effect on all those beautiful colors out there. And, there is nothing but a lot of rain in the forecast for the next few days, plus some possible snow, which will finish those colors for this year.
The days came and…no walk down to the river. Way too much pain for that. Finally, this morning I just had to make a trip to our ER and get checked out. On the plus side, I didn’t have to wait, or do the standard paperwork to sign in, they rushed me in ahead of others and I got to see the doctor right away. Amazing. But apparently this problem I have could have been extremely serious. It wasn’t, and I am thankful for that. But, it’s serious enough that I won’t be back to normal for about 2 months. No more walking that forest path to the river before winter arrives.
But, these things do happen sometimes. I call them technical difficulties. 😀🙄 No use to grumble or complain. Just read Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s poems for that! What’s the problem?🤔 A badly torn muscle in the groin area. A fairly common problem for hockey players apparently. And I don’t even like hockey!😂😹 I’m having trouble just walking around my little apartment.😂🙄 Oh well. Why grumble?
Hey, I was still able to get out and get some great autumn pictures anyway. So I am very happy about that! You have seen some already and there is more to come. My little birds will have to wait a little longer to get their new bird feeder though. I had started making a new one for them, but that is put on hold now. The raccoons broke the last 2 I had. One I was able to kind of fix and I bring it in at night so it will stay safe. But one is not enough for all those little birds.
This turned out longer than I had planned, sorry about that. Anyway, enjoy the rest of your day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin (patiently waiting for her human to get better to play skiffleball😹).
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