I had grits for breakfast. There is something about grits that just set you up for a good day. And the sun was shining.. That may
have helped also. I am waiting for this quarantine to be over. I have been quarantined three times. I am going for a record. Now it is time to start planting some more flowers. My shade garden survived
the deer and the winter. Winters here are not as cold as midwestern or New England kinds of winters. The ocean keeps it wet, but not horrifically cold.
I can’t believe that I don’t feel that cold when I only go out in a sweater when I take Dixie for her first walk. I get more chilled in the pod .Sitting doesn’t stir up much heat. I think that we will have a few days of sun and temps in the
low 60’s.I sat out and practiced my ukulele but the sun was so warm, that Dixie went in the trailer. I just put up the umbrella on our outdoor table. I had been wanting to explore a trail right at
our doorstep, but with my terrible sense of direction, I was afraid that I would get confused and lost. My son took me and Dixie Cup on the trail today and I think I can do it by myself. You just keep taking rights. The other right. And take my phone in case
I need to call because I took a left..