My yesterday started out not too exciting as myself and the "pack" had to be very quiet so our "Crabby Cabbie" could get some much needed sleep. Needless to say I had to do some quiet chores, one of them being the laundry. I am so totally grateful for the woodstove and a clotheshorse. The clotheshorse I have is very wobbly and not too sturdy at all, but pricing out a new heavy duty one would run me almost close to $50.00-$100.00, depending on the size. I will have to keep my eyes and ears open for a new used one, as I am not sure my wobbly one will be able to take the pressure much longer. With it just being Rob & I, with the exception of bedding, most times the clotheshorse is all that is needed. Clothes dryer? That would cost hydro, and we give Hydro One more then they deserve already each month, as far as I am concerned !After I had completed all the "quiet" chores I was going to, Rob finally emerged looking somewhat, but not totally rested. I had a suggestion for us, which to my delight he willing agreed it was something we could do this damp, wet, dreary day yesterday was.We had decided to head over to Owen Sound to go to a couple of stores, as the grapes we had purchased last week at the No Frills store, were all gone to mold the very next day. We also needed to return another item not needed, and pickup some dog food for the "pack" at the Walmart Store. Once all our running around was over with, we headed over to the ....
"The Wiarton School's Children Choir. What an awesome bunch they all were ! They were getting ready for a little "warm-up" session before it was their turn to "hit" the lights and big stage."
"Rob & I enjoyed listening to Ralph Shular on Guitar, Doug Sutherland on Fiddle, Bob Corp on Mandolin and Miss Brenda Sparks on Guitar, and all of the three songs they had performed and sang."
Once again I am off and running towards a brand new adventure in my day ahead, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".