Every year at this time I go crazy. I can't stand to stay indoors or to stay home. I drive all over the countryside, sometimes grid-like--up and down every road in a certain area--looking for the perfect picture.
Fall is winding down, the Last Hurrah before the black and white winter sets in. I can't let all this glorious color go to waste. Then, what if I could find a bunch of mating turkeys or llamas in the fall foliage? I must make the most of every opportunity! The camera stays in the car full-time.
My friend Elaine joined me on Columbus day and we took a glorious ride. There were so may beautiful places, that certain quality of light I seek. Elaine found the perfect pumpkin!
And a polka dotted horse. She was so sweet, posing for me and showing us her good side! (She must have thought so, anyway. She wouldn't turn the other way so I could take a picture of the heart on her flank.)
The next day, Tuesday, the surgeon called to see if I wanted to move my knee replacement surgery up one week, and I got busy doing all the prep work and never finished this posting.
So here it is 12 days after surgery and I'm doing well. I'm exercising with and without a physical therapist and I had my staples out today. I can already tell this knee will be a HUGE improvement over the old one! When I can sit in this office chair for longer periods I'll get back into the swing of things!
Meanwhile, I miss you all and will visit you when I can. Get on out there and enjoy your days!