Good Morning to you all. Connecting with our hostess, Sian & the other Monday Memo writers at: From High In The Sky
What's new from the patio? Well this Monday morning I am happy to report that sisters are all doing well enough that they can do without my help or company. Work, is an entirely different story, it bores me so I will not go on about it & bore you.
We have been having some amazing fiery red skies in the morning. What a view to start the day. They have been competing with the sunsets.
Autumn arrived in glorious heat & humidity & very dry. Leaves are turning colour & starting their branch departure. Turn, turn, turn, to everything there is a season ...
The corn crop growing behind us, however sparse, is ripening & ready for harvesting.
The Heavenly Blue Morning Glories are finally blooming, although not on mass as I had envisioned, but still each bloom is magnificent.
This weekend we visited a new to us large lake shore park in Burlington. This city lies between Hamilton & Toronto along the shores of Lake Ontario. It is a city that takes great pride in preserving much of the lake front as park for all to use & it is a city under going massive condo construction. The park we visited is called Spencer's Park & has a very long & very wide boardwalk with a long pier out into the lake for strolling & viewing pleasures. Not too many boats to watch but lots of people, dogs & cyclists to watch.
Mr Man & I both commented on how well behaved all the dogs being walked along the boardwalk were; how consider the bicyclers were, as were the walkers. Everyone seemed to be enjoying their space while still respecting the space of everyone else around them. We saw very little litter (say that fast), no graffiti on the big rocks or breakwall.
We were also fascinated by the bike repair station that the park provided. I have never seen such a thing before.
My thought for the week: I know when to stop. I know when to let things go. I know when to move on. But "I know" is very different from "I can" or "I have done so". (gleaned from the internet).