This was certainly a different week: my purse, clean clothes and grocery cart were stolen from the trunk of my car while I was on my walk!
Yeah. But I did meet 3 nice HPD officers who came over to take my report. And I spent too much time online to report to the credit card companies. And I finally went personally to the bank to report the bankcard theft. They got the cash in my purse. Glad I had my phone and keys on me! Then they spent $100 on gas. Which I will dispute: our cars won't even hold that much gas! Lesson learned: don't leave important stuff in your car. Hubster had a good idea too: if you must have your cards, put them on you, like in your bright pink safety vest while walking. Good plan. Thanks, babe!
But on to the fun stuff: dogs and flowers!Isn't this little French Bulldog cute?! His name is Mars. I couldn't pet him due to my allergies. He looked longingly at me, like "Why won't you pet me???" So adorable. And very well mannered: he didn't bark at all. The owner said he is defensive while at home, but out on walks, not so much. It was really hard not to give him a soft pat.
The lady whose husband does all the lovely roses put this in their garden. Very cute. I did find a cute sympathy card while on line for my vaccination: You need a hedge-hug! And then a drawing of a hedgehog. People are very creative.
Rainbow. No rain, no rainbows! I still picture Jesus talking with God about creating rainbows. I enjoy them not simply for their beauty, but also the promise God made on never flooding the entire world again, killing off almost everyone. I do appreciate that.
Two Saffron Finches out for breakfast.
I don't care who you are: that's a lovely morning sky!
These succulents are neverendingly interesting to me. Perhaps I should look up their names...
More cuteness from the garden.
Another pineapple in a different yard. They are so cute when small.
Light does make a difference.
Have a great week. Stay safe. Don't keep important stuff in your car. And I praise God for no injuries and safe vaccination #1 shot. Wear your masks. And that's all I've got for now. Thanks for reading!