Happy Fall, Y'all.
Feels great outside at the moment. Too bad it's going to be 85 again by Wednesday. Autumn is my favorite season but the flip-floppy temps are rough on the muscles.
I'm participating in The Painted Bra Art Project for breast cancer research. You can view my project album here, if you're on Facebook. One of the bras is finished...now working on the second one.
My family's oyster farm is being featured at a really awesome local event involving Food Network's Martie Duncan and American Idol Taylor Hicks. It's going to be fantastic. I just hope I score a ticket somehow, because at the moment I don't have one.
The roller walker has been a life-saver. There are several places I could not have gone recently without it. Counting my blessings, in the midst of this turmoil, as best as I can.
I'm still waiting to hear back from Social Security. Amazing that they can take their sweet time with paperwork, but have no problem giving the applicant unreasonable deadlines in submitting information. I guess that shouldn't surprise me.
I plan to write a follow-up on the Doctor Who finale and how my theory played out, but I'm still recovering from Post-Pond Depression.
If you don't watch Doctor Who, you have no Earthly idea what I'm referring to. And you have my pity.
I also started watching Who Do You Think You Are, which is a cool genealogy show. I was especially fascinated by Alex Kingston's episode on the UK version of the show. Loved it and love her! I've been doing my own family history research lately and have found some interesting stories. Maybe I'll share some of them soon.
I've had quite a few hits on my site the past few days. Hello to all and I hope everyone has a good week.