changed sheets on the bed
cleaned out a bathroom drawer and lined it with paper
prepared vegetables for dinner (they're in a bowl of water in the fridge now)
made new hummingbird nectar (and they showed up right away)
cleaned two toilets
played with my toys in one bathroom(this was yesterday actually)
Later, when I went to pull in the recycle bin, I forgot all about the web and walked through it again. This time I went to get my camera so I could take a picture of his house, which he (or she) made his way back to under the fence railing. After I got my photos, I grabbed the broom and walked around the house looking for other cobwebs and such.
I also balanced my checkbook, paid a couple bills, wrote two letters, wrote a few emails, and did my exercises. Tomorrow I may sign up for ancestry.com for a month and lose myself in family trees.
Watched Ruth Kvinsland's grandson, Robert, on Root Sports TV last night in a football game where Gig Harbor beat Auburn 42-0. Robert is the star quarterback and will play basketball next. They even interviewed him after the game. I'm sure Ruth is busting her buttons with pride. He sure is a cute kid. And tall!
I tried to find something worthwhile to watch on Netflix since Big Love is over with. I began with Kevin Bacon's show 'The Following' as it's gotten some press. I may get back to it but I only watched for maybe 15 minutes and decided it was a tad too bloody and gory to watch that late at night. I settled instead for a movie I'd never heard of called 'The Trail.' It only had two stars but sometimes I like two stars. Anyhow, this was about a pioneer woman who had to survive in the woods (and snow) after her husband was killed by Indians. Throughout all the snow scenes, she had nothing on but a simple house dress. Even slept on the ground with snow falling on her. I knew right away this movie was lame but I do love snow stories about people surviving so I hung on until the end.
Then I watched a cooking show (The Pioneer Woman with Ree Drummond). She's a bit sugary sweet but I still enjoy sitting there watching her cook with all these ingredients and cookware I can't afford. Not to mention the energy she puts out that I couldn't work up.
Here's three more pictures of pets that discover they're at the vets..