Summer is quickly approaching it’s end and it makes me sad. Oh, I know it will stay warm for a while yet but I like the promise of summer, getting outdoors and doing things you cannot do when it’s cold and planting and watching the fruits of your labor growing – all of that and more!
I have had a very busy summer. I promised myself that I would get to the office early and take a two mile walk before my work day started every morning and I have pretty much stuck to that all summer long. I intend to keep it up until it is so cold I cannot do it. I feel better and look better. I haven’t really lost any pounds but something went somewhere because I have gone down a size (always a good thing). I vacationed with the kids and the grandkids and visited back and forth with them. I went to see bands perform and I took hikes. All in all, I have had a really nice summer and am grateful for it.
I have also knitted a bunch of hats for babies at the local hospital and for the homeless. I try to remember those that are not as fortunate as me and I hope that you all do as well.
I think you will find some very useful tips in this newsletter. If you have a useful tip, let me know about it.
Until next time, take care of yourselves and each other. Remember we aren’t in this alone!