Pink looks so cheerful against the grey gloom.
I could not find my umbrella...or as some call it a bumbershoot.
In order to keep walking I needed one desperately!
So I walked briskly down to RainBird in the Village and purchased a new one.
They were filming a TV segment when I arrived and so I tiptoed in and asked if they were open for business...yes!
I didn't dilly dally but made a hasty choice and one that I hoped that I would not regret.
Walking is so much more pleasant in the rain under this lovely brolly!
Looks like a brolly with a pedigree...
let's hope it lives up to its' reputation.
The streets are littered with leaves and the dry grass of summer has greened up nicely.
Our district water reservoirs must be full by now.
The Humble Bungalow rain barrels are full and the soaker hoses attached are weeping water into the garden beds.
For those of you who have lost weight are the last 5 pounds always so hard to shed?
I am at a plateau and have upped my walks and yet I am wavering at WW weigh ins...
up half a pound ~ down half a pound ~ and so it goes.
I must keep the faith.
The handle did sway me just a tad...
drab as all get out...
(Perhaps some pink boots are needed!)
dg 21 skinny jeans
puddles, puddles everywhere...
raindrops in puddles
autumn leaves in puddles
Nerines a welcome vision in pink.
Pink flowers on my desk last spring.
The get well bouquet the staff sent me when pneumonia side lined me for a month last spring.
The Humble Bungalow Porch roses spilling forth with their frothy beauty in June.
Our sweet little Miss Isla in her pink gown...
a finer princess there could never be.
Pretty in Pink = Grammy love!
Think Pink as it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Have that mammogram and do your monthly checks.
Be mindful and do take care of your health.
Enjoy your walking rain or shine.