The boats have all been put away for the winter. There are only the empty docks and abandoned slips while the boats sit on dry land, wrapped in white vacuumed sealed wraps. The walk, nonetheless is still pleasant and I am reminded that colder days are yet to come.
Check out Becky’s post today. It’s perfect for my challenge Thursday Trios.
This is the second time in one month that we’re experiencing dense fog over the city. It was only suppose to last a couple of hours but here it is 12 hours later and it’s still hanging over the neighbourhood.
My husband came home from the hospital yesterday. I wasn’t planning on going to the concert that I had tickets for but he didn’t want me to miss it. When I woke up this morning I was still in the mindset of not going but then a good friend, who is one of the organizers called me to see if I could help them out. They had a bit of an emergency and I couldn’t say no.
I normally love this walk after I get off the subway but I have to admit that I do prefer it when the weather is warmer nut it’s still picturesque nonetheless.
The emergency was resolved by the time I got there so I was able to enjoy a wonderful concert.
Now that Hallowe’en is officially behind us the Christmas decorations in the neighbourhood are just beginning to appear on the front lawns. This morning we had our first snow and it’s still snowing as I write this.
Today as I started on my walk I noticed that the neighbours were out with their rakes and yard bags helping our friend on the corner. Ms. I was recovering from knee surgery and her husband was in Florida helping a friend. They asked me if I had more leaf bags so I walked back to my house and retrieved the extra bags that we had plus my rake. Did I ever mention that I actually like raking leaves.
Last week my husband was in London with my stepson and grandson. While there they spent a good deal of time with our son, B and his family. Here he is with B walking along a street in London. I’m assuming that J took the photo.
I’ve found starbursts in three different forms. I came across some doodle art I had done earlier this year that reminds me of starbursts. The sun of course is the ultimate star and in the photo below it is bursting through the clouds as it rises above the horizon. Many flowers remind me of starbursts as well.