I’m still at the beach, but haven’t been doing a lot of sitting on the balcony.
If I was sitting on the balcony, I’d be up there on the fifth floor.
We had the lightest of snow flurries with a real feel of 17 degrees this past weekend. I must admit to chuckling as I watched a family of five try to make snowballs.
However, I didn’t shovel any snow which is what family and friends certainly did back home in NH.
I did walk the beach yesterday when it got up to a balmy 34. It was cold, but it was necessary after the to-go breakfast of sticky bun pancakes that I ate. There are three pancakes in that pile, and it is a challenge to even eat half of it. I persevered though my half and left my orange slices. A woman has to have her priorities. 🙂
We didn’t even make it to Brookgreen last week – too cold. I kept the sewing machine running, and the pages on several library books turning. I also watched seven hours of webinars about hydroponics and invasive worms that I won’t bore you with, but if anyone is interested, you can let me know in a comment. Even as enthusiastic as I am about gardening, seven hours of webinars is too much in one week.
This week the weather is going back to more normal temperatures, and a Brookgreen walk with friends is on the schedule. Maybe I can even walk the beach without a winter coat, hat and gloves.
I got lucky last week and captured a better video of a dolphin. He was a good sized one, and he came up four times so I hope you can see him better. Last dolphin video, I promise. 🙂
Here’s a photo of my sewing projects. I’m putting it at the bottom so those not interested can go right on by. 🙂