Morning Slice of life Oct 6/2020

Good Morning! I hope you all are well. Ruth and I are doing okay so far. This morning we are in the midst of some clouds here in Port Loring, Ontario, Canada, but it isn’t as cold. We could see some light rain off and on throughout the day. If lucky we might see a touch of sunshine off and on too. But for most parts it is looking like rain for today and tomorrow. Highway 522 is quiet this morning with just locals moving around. Yesterday we went to town to pick up a new pair of boots for my wife, as hers I don’t think would make it through another winter. LOL Man are things expensive these days. Seems it takes no effort at all to spend a $100.00 or more these days. So did that and picked up our grocery order that they brought to our car. Makes it nice, as that way we don’t have to go inside the store and take a chance on catching that virus. Every bit of precaution is a help. After picking up our groceries we had our lunch in the car, along with a coffee my wife brought with us, and then headed on home. We did see our son and talked to him outside for a few minutes. He was picking up his groceries at the same time we were. Couldn’t have planned it any better. LOL On another note the trip to town was nice seeing all the leaves in full colour. A lot have dropped though, and I suspect they will be all gone in another week Today I will get back to doing some work in my old woodworking shop. My wife is going to make a pumpkin pie with our pumpkins we grew this summer and if she has enough time she said she is going to make an apple pie with some fresh Cortland Apples we bought while in town yesterday. So that should be a nice treat for tonight. With that I am off for my morning cup of coffee and a piece of toast with that fresh honey we bought the other day. With my lovely wife. It seems that honey is addicting as coffee is these days LOL. Take care, stay safe and do what’s right. GW

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