Favorite things to do in Spring.
Walking my dog. With school out the track is open for walkers during the day.
Taking my grandchildren to the park. We play bad mitten, lawn darts, and tennis. Actually they do I watch.
We used to take a trip to Oklahoma and Kansas. Brother and family are in OK, and Wife’s brother and family in Kansas. This year we’ll have to wait for Fall, if then.
When and if the lock down is lifted I’m planning on resuming book signings after I have some paperbacks of Vanders Magic Carpet, a combined book of Optimus and Stephanus, maybe Human Sacrifices too.
Your dog is cute! What is his/her name?
Thanks for stopping by my post earlier.
That dog is adorable. I like that I can use the track since school is out right now, but I'd rather it was in. I'd rather we could have school. Oh well. The post brightened my day. Thanks!
Thanks for stopping by earlier. Our parks are even closed right now. And, so sorry about your trips. We were supposed to go out of town next weekend for my husband's birthday (to St. Augustine). Instead we'll take ourselves down to our beach house instead (even though the beaches are also closed).
Sounds lovely, Patrick! And the picture of your dog is adorable! Be safe and well. :)
You Spring things sound delightful! I enjoy walks with my dog all seasons, but Spring and Fall are my favorites. Not a hot weather gal. Enjoyed your post. Thanks for sharing. Here's mine. https://www.tenastetler.com/lsrs-wednesdays-blog-challenge-3-25-2020-spring/
Lydia, her name is Sammie. She has attitude plus.
Glad I could do that, Megan.
Nice to have options, Judy.
You as well,Mary.
Glad you walk your dog too, Tena.
For the last several years, I've been walking with babies/toddlers in strollers. Now, my youngest doesn't need a stroller. I'd love to get a dog to take walks with me! Your dog is so cute!
Tricia, we've always had dogs and cats. They give you loving, play and days filled with laughter. I don't know what I'd do without one.
You have a dog!! That's great. Good luck with the book signings.
We're going for walks, even without a dog or grands, just to get some fresh air and get out of the house. At least husband is able to work from home, so we'll have income.
I was supposed to visit a close friend next week for spring break, as I've done for the past 3 years. Now we've had to postpone it--maybe until her July birthday? Maybe until next year. But this, too, shall pass. Until then, wash hands and try to stay upbeat!
A lot of walking has been going on here since this has happened. More so than I did when I was actually allowed to go out and walk. That is a beautiful dog. Hope you are able to see your family in the fall like you plan.
Nice you're coping, Fiona. Good advice
Kei, it's amazing how important a simple walk can be when we're not distracted by shopping or going out to dinner. Thanks for coming by.
Dogs are the best! And very good company at this time too.
I love your dog. In the current circumstances, I wish I had one. I can't walk my cats.
Cathryn I couldn't agree more.
Tanith, I have a sixteen year old cat too. He's good at laying around until feeding time when he starts raising a fuss.
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