Great weekend despite some rain on our Easter parade yesterday. Today it can’t decide if it’s going to be sunny or cloudy.
One thing, my cherry trees are spectacular this week, today just a little past peak, and with the wind, lots of the bloom is on the lawn (lawn, as in something greenish where Dawg hasn’t peed to destroy said lawn!).
Outstanding in her field, Dawg. She’s struggling breathing lately, heavy panting. Her hind legs just don’t want to hold up that fat belly anymore either. But she follows me everywhere so the old girl has some life left in her.
The week-end brought some Stupid Tweets …. (but isn’t that an oxymoron, Stupid Tweets?)
This tweeted photo made me laugh actually. During the horrible Antifa riots at Berkeley, some person posing as a male, was handing out Empathy Kiss cards while the villains were right behind him, gearing up to fight the cause.
Barack and Michelle are going for a record to be away from their children the longest. Still frolicking, with the little people, aboard a 450′ yacht. but yeh, he wants others to worry about that carbon footprint thing.
I saw this ad on TV – sounds like a good thing and I see they are for sale at Target. Anyone tried them? I use veggie pans on the grill but so often little veggies drop through the holes and putting veggies right ON the grill, unless they are large, means certain fall though the grates.
We ventured to Pound Ridge over the weekend. Sad to see the old store Antiques and Tools closed up. The owner, Joan Silbersher, was a fixture of Pound Ridge. A feisty political old soul, vibrant shop owner, dedicated to all things Pound Ridge. The town will never find another Joan, nor another shop like this.
In its prime, this, full of things you never thought you needed, but bought anyway!
Then a walk over to Scotts Corner Market, once my default store, then for years, a filthy mess of a store in a shopping center that looks like something only a MOAB could love.
The grocery store has gone through a rehab inside but I gotta tell you, the strawberries I bought, half were rotten. And some pork chops? Inedible, they were so fibrous.
May be a shiny new interior but not good enough products to get me to return.
Scratch SCM back off the list.
A sign out front says someone is trying to revive the mall itself. Good luck. It’s a mess, through and through. Zero appeal for any shop owner to have space there, IMHO.
So there it is, a bunch of musings for today. Hope you all had a good weekend too. Happy Monday!