Good morning from the rancho!!
It was a long, long week...even though it was only four working days. LOL I'm settling into my new job. All that really means is that I've moved my stuff into an office about 20 feet away and changed my title on my email. I'm still doing the same work...ordering all the food for next quarter. To give you an idea of how much food we order, we are given $3.80 a DAY to feed our group of 4000...at 91 days, that's $1.4 million! Sometimes I feel like I'm running my own little city. LOL I always get a bit nervous right before I hit the "save" button on the computer when I finish the purchase orders.
I'm back on the treadmill, but only 15-20 minutes a day. My hips are still bothering me, but with the arthritis, I expected that. At least I'm doing something. I think that as I get back into my walking program, I will get more comfortable.
Here's the update on my cross stitch. Not much, but I've got the alphabet almost done. I have to get this finished soon if I want to take it to the stitching retreat in April. Must stitch, must stitch, must stitch. LOL
I'm moving along on the scarf. All the color is done, so now it's just finishing with the black tweed.
The first phalaenopis has bloomed. I think I've found the secret...just ignore them. LOL
We had a nice lunch last Sunday and topped it off with dessert from the Brown Butter Cookie Company. This is a bakery in Cayucos...very tasty. And, I love their sign! You can pretty much change the word "cookie" to anything...chocolate, ice cream, pie...definitely my kind of sign. LOL
Okay, peeps, I have to get this show on the road. We only got a little sprinkle of rain last night, so I need to do some outside work today, as well as the usual chores, chores, chores. LOL
Have a wonderful Sunday, be kind to one another.