Thursday, April 3, 2014

Couldn't Wake Up Today

Went to bed at 10 pm last night but didn't fall asleep until after 1:30 am. I've been having trouble sleeping the past few night and I know it's because I've been thinking more about Ben due to the fact that this Saturday would have been our 34th wedding anniversary. Hiker woke me up just after 6 am to go outside, but then I went back to bed and fell back to sleep for another 2 hours. Was still very drowsy when I finally got up. Had some breakfast and then I headed over to the grocery store for my weekly shopping. It was only 37° on my patio when I got up this morning, but it warmed up to 65° by the afternoon. There was another small earthquake over in Malibu today. I didn't feel it as it was small and far away. Hiker and I went for a nice walk this afternoon over at Canyon Country Park. The sun was shining and the sky was very blue. The flowers in the park are really blooming.


  1. Those flowers are beautiful. Glad to hear the quake wasn't a big deal.

  2. Oh my goodness gracious, those photos look like postcards.... just GORGEOUS!
    Okay, you should put that photo of you with Hiker over on the side of your blog...AND you should have that 1st photo of the flowers on the side of your blog too for the Spring. I know I am bossy but honestly, you SHOULD!!

  3. I am glad you are able to get out and enjoy such beautiful scenery.Those special days,like birthdays and anniversaries are hard to deal with.Hugs to you.

  4. Oh! How beautiful with all those flowers. Nice temps for walking.

  5. Gorgeous flowers.. We are beginning to get some Spring Flowers in our yard. George has brought in some Daffodils this week. SO pretty.

    Have you ever been through an earthquake where you live? Must be scary ---like the tornadoes in our area.

    I can imagine how you feel when special days come up... God Bless You, my Friend.

  6. The flowers are so pretty. I hope you don't have an earthquake near you, seem like quite a few have been felt around our lately.


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