Sherree S.'s Profile
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Thanks to my dear friends, Lauretta, Sara, Keecha, Lamoine, Deborah, Theresa, & Sally, for filling up my encouragement tank today.
Before Minnesota was a State (1958), the town I live in was bigger and it was called by different names, Richland, Harmony, and now Richfield. I love that it was called Harmony. The main industry was Market Gardening. We are still home to a wonderful gardening center.
Today, after Weight Watchers, I did some shopping. Something I rarely do. It's probably just as well, because it seems I bought something in each shop I entered.
Tonight I am going on a Happy Hour and Pizza river cruise. It's going rain or shine, so even though there are tornado warnings near here, I'm heading out.
Take care and enjoy your evening, Peeps!
My task was easy today thanks to the support of my encouragers. Thanks, Sara, Lisa, Deborah, Lamoine, Karen, & Pat.
As for the challenge...who knew 30 seconds could be so long?
Another Maisie Day. Nokomis took advantage when we had some toys out of their box today. It was sunny today, so we went on 2 walks. I wanted to take her somewhere for a change of pace, but the thought of getting her in and out of the car seat just seemed like too much work. We walked to the library and returned some books.
Speaking of books, I am "going" to an online book party tonight. I hate the whole party concept, but it's for a friend and I like books. The company is Usborne. They are children's books.
I just mowed the lawn. After I finish up DC, I'm going out to trim, pull weeds, and blow. It's garbage day tomorrow and I don't want to pay for yard waste removal for nothing.
Enjoy your evening, Peeps!
I'm super pumped with encouragement today. Thanks for all the sweet words, Crystal, Starr, Sara, Frank, Debra, Deborah, Gaybrilla, Pat, Sally, & Kaye.
As for the challenge, I have my water bottles and my rubbermaid containers for things like fruits. I would say vegetables, but we all know that's not likely to happen.
It was a Maisie day. It was drizzly and cloudy all day, so we didn't go for a walk. Now that I think about it, I should have taken her to the Mall of America. There's always tomorrow. After she went home, I went on several errands. And now the evening news. God help us all.
And this picture...this is an actual hopscotch grid a few blocks away from my house. It brings me joy.
Enjoy this evening, my friends.
Another wonderful day punctuated by lovely encouragements. Thanks so much, Sara, Debbie, Pat, Cindy, Gaybrilla, & Kaye.
This one's a tough one for me. I think I always did my own thing, but I've also made quite a mess of my life. I've made many ridiculous choices and I should maybe have listened to other people. But I did it my way and things sort of worked out and I really love myself now, so go figure.
Happy Sunday, y'all. Pray for peace.
I sure do appreciate my Saturday encouragements. Thanks, Sara, Pat, Sally, & Deborah.
I may not have everything in my life under control, but I do clean up my bathroom each day. I think it might be more fear of other people stopping by than a fear of germs.
These are the friends I was with in Milwaukee. The two in the back live in Milwaukee. We know the one because she works for the same agency we worked for. The other one is her friend. Our friend lives in the coolest neighborhood and a gem of a house. We were able to walk to the game from her house.
When we went to the game, the roof was closed because they were worried about rain. But they opened the roof in about the 3rd inning. It was so nice to get some fresh air! We had a wonderful time on our mid-week road trip.
As for today, I am grieving for America. Maybe Charlottesville is where a national war begins.
Thanks for the encouragement today, Sara, Deborah, Robert, & Sandy.
This exercise gives me a wonderful feeling. Power and peace all wrapped up into one.
We drove back from Milwaukee today. We had a wonderful time, but I'm glad to be home.
Enjoy your weekend, pals!
Thanks for the encouragement, Sara, Karen, & Robert.
I've been buying lots of new spices from Penzey's. I try different things, but I still prefer good old salt and pepper.
I'm staying at a friend's house in Milwaukee. It's such a neat house. Kind of like a really nice bed and breakfast.
This is a piece of pie from the Norske Nook in Osseo, Wisconsin. Road trips can be hard on a healthy eating plan.
Enjoy your day.