Red Letter Day

Ron ordered hearing aids; he was so astonished at the improvement they make in his hearing, he can’t believe he waited so long to get them.

He did some more work at Edgewater. We bought them a waffle iron and gluten-free mix to make up for the one I borrowed years ago. We hear there is “clamoring” over there to break it in.

I put out some Halloween decorations, planted the wind flowers, and mowed the front lawn.

Ron and I went to Town Meeting, which lasted only an hour. The two articles we supported both passed.


Yesterday morning, Ron tended to the lawn while I held a Question 4 sign in Davisville and visited some O-F friends at their green energy open house. They put a wind turbine in their backyard, and it’s been very effective for them.

After lunch (pork chops), Ron continued work on the porch at Edgewater. I did the transfer station run and picked up some perennials and peat moss at Scenic Roots for the extended grass garden. Also purchased two Wind Flowers for us. Fell in love with this flower two years ago and am thrilled to have found two beautiful plants at Scenic Roots’ two-for-one sale.

We stopped around 5:15 to get ready for the O-F first anniversary potluck/celebration. I took a bunch of photos for the website. The great news is that someone from the group volunteered to take over.