New from the patio - nature's wild destruction. A wandering raccoon too heavy in be in my bird bath has toppled & broken my bird bath. GRRRR - I do not like raccoons. Mr Man does think we can repair the bird bath with all weather Gorilla Glue. New bottle of said glue purchased.
New activity inside which included the use of a new home carpet cleaner. I refuse to publicly show photos of the spent water! Yikes, I guess it proves that vacuuming doesn't always get the ground in dirt!
I was surprised to see Robins in our garden. The little I know about birds indicate that Canadian Robins fly south for the winter. Seems there are a few very hardy ones about & were feasting on the berries from my Burning Bush (Winged Euonymous).
New activities being planned for the holiday season; tickets for The Barra MacNeils East Coast Celtic Christmas. Their version of Carol of the Bells is wonderful and can be found on UTube. Also purchased, is a ticket for the Joy Christmas Home Tour, a fund raiser for the out reach house for street people in Guelph. I have never been on this type of tour before. Excited for both new activities.
|The Barra MacNeills - from the Internet|
And a note from my Wednesday SNAP posting, several of you commented that a Remembrance Day door wreath was new to you. For some strange reason, it seems to be quite common in this part of the world - there are several lawn displays also set up for Remermbrance Day. This one is from new neighbour.
|Kathy S.'s tribute|
My thought for the week is: The best cure for a dry period is simply to keep at it. Good things are happening, soon to be revealed. ... Eleanor Blair
Wishing everyone good things to be revealed!