I'm not sure I will ever trust my Visa card again. After last December's credit card fraud, when someone helped themselves to an airline flight compliments of my credit card, I have been hit once again. This time I was better prepared, having made a list of which charges were linked to the card. What I wasn't prepared for was the replacement card's chip not working.
I'm not going for a walk on the trail any time soon. My neighbour phoned to tell me that when she and her husband returned from walking on it they found nine wood ticks clinging to them. Eewww! I don't mind the occasional bear encounter, but there's no way I want to meet up with a tick.
I'm not the world's best photographer, but this double rainbow was so spectacular even I managed to capture some of its beauty. This was the view from the front of our house.
I'm not cooking anything for dinner tonight. It's Sunday, and several years ago I retired from making Sunday dinners. This officially makes Sunday my favourite day of the week.
I'm not sure what to do about my garden. I hate to put lots of time and money into it and then end up selling the house. Even worse would be not putting in a garden and not selling the house. I'll probably compromise and add just a bit of new compost, and stick with planting some basics like lettuce, kale, peas and beans. Nothing extravagant, but enough to keep us supplied with veggies should we remain here in Kamloops.
I'm not going to get tired of knitting baby things any time soon. I love how quickly baby projects knit up! Here are some cotton baby bibs I knit for our new great niece.
And a sweater for grandchild #1, knit with Excelana, a vintage British yarn.
And finally, I'm not sure what to do with a box of ripe mangoes.