Another beautiful sunrise.
Last night the hibiscus plant looked like this...
and this morning a second blossom was waiting for me.
Karen was here this morning, and after chores
I dragged the outdoor arena
and she rode Angel.
Seeing that I did not go to Agape on Friday,
I made up for it by
a 40 minute trike ride.
Did not like riding into the strong wind....at all.
The concert by the Rochester Ukulele Orchestra got me so revvvved last night I decided to get back into playing my guitar....which has been hibernating for decades.
Every Sunday from 1-3, people meet at A Different Path Gallery to jam.
I took the plunge. Have forgotten everything and my fingers are so soft it is pathetic.
They don't use any music, so I was really going into this cold turkey and did not have an easy time of it.
There were many opportunities for singing....that I could do.
So, when I finish posting this to my Journal, I am going to start developing a song book via google.
My guitar is a Guild Mark III and I bought it at the Syracuse University Bookstore back in 1966.
Tomorrow I am going to a music store to buy a new case for it along with a tuner and capo. I'm also going to check out some ukuleles. Out of control!!! It felt so good to sing.
On my way home I stopped at Wegmans for a few items and by then the sun started going down.
It was almost totally dark when I did evening chores.
Got the girls tucked in....
and had leftover corn chowder for dinner.