Saturday, March 27, 2021

SOLSC21 - Day 27 - A Productive Spring Saturday













Slice of Life Story Challenge 2021 -- Day 27
March 27, 2021
"A Productive Spring Saturday"
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Spring Break has begun well, with a nicely productive Saturday!

1. Sleeping in -- My first goal of the day was accomplished by allowing myself to sleep late. I had set no alarm so that I could wake up when I was ready. It was 1PM when I rolled out of bed! I think I was just a tad tired.

2. Outdoor Christmas lights -- Another goal of the day was getting the outdoor Christmas lights down and put away. Maggie David and I accomplished that by late afternoon. While I was out in the front yard, I took a picture of some chiondoxa which were growing in my yard. I call these my Little Blue Star flowers, and I look forward to seeing them bloom every spring



3. Mini road trip -- Maggie David and I went for a mini road trip in the evening, driving in southern Ohio. The sun was shining, and we enjoyed the scenery. This was a picture we took from a hill overlooking Chillicothe, Ohio:


We caught the sunset on the drive home:



as we saw the moon rising in the eastern sky:



We arrived home after dark, and now I'm trying to get my writing finished in time to post it before midnight.


It's been a fun, productive, and scenic day! A wonderful start to Spring Break!


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JudyK  :-)  March 27, 2021




4 comments:

  1. Sounds like a delightful day.

    I have a set of Christmas lights that need to come off the roof. The others are down and put away, but I've been waiting on these as roof is steep and the weather hasn't been accommodating. Let's hope we get them down this week.

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    1. I hope that you're having a good week, Cathy! :-)

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  2. Love the juxtaposition of the sun setting and the moon rising!!!

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    1. Thanks, Cath! I thought it was pretty cool. :-)

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