Tuesday, April 10, 2018
It was another really nice spring day in north Alabama. High in the low 70’s and lows in the mid 40’s with bright sunshine. God blessed us with another treat of nature as soon as we got out of bed. There were three deer munching on grass and playing around right outside the bedroom door. Possibly because there has been no recent activity at the house they are closer than usual. We got to see one of the deer stand on it’s hind legs to try to reach leaves that we higher up on a shrub. Sorry we didn’t get a picture of that. Both of our best camera’s were in Fred in Tuscaloosa so all we had was the phones but at least we got something. Love to see the wild life.
We actually slept a little late this morning. An hour later than usual work days. Still up at six but it was nice to not have to hit the ground running this morning. We worked on more paperwork for the ladies, paid more bills that came in yesterday, and got Juno’s car ready to sell. We met with Steve (our cousin) and transferred the car to him. Hopefully his granddaughter will enjoy the Subie. It was another step, and a little sad. One more thing crossed off the to do list. After handling the paperwork, we visited with Steve for a while. It was good to have a little time with him. It sure is nice to have all the Hallman cousins as relatives and friends. Good people.
After our visit we loaded up the truck and headed to Tuscaloosa. Much to be done in Tuscaloosa too. However, after unloading and putting everything away, the first chore was laundry. We haven’t taken time for that since our last weekend in Baton Rouge, so there is lots of laundry.
After getting the laundry started, we walked the greenway down to the Cookout. We had a late lunch and a wonderful strawberry cheesecake milkshake. Later in the afternoon we walked the greenway again. We really enjoy the new greenway. It’s one of the good things that came out of the 2011 tornado.
We would love to have some time to just relax a little but tomorrow will be another busy day. Don’t think we will be much of a break for a while.