I was wrong. Thank goodness enough of you left comments so I didn’t set my clocks back an hour last night. Daylight Savings Time doesn’t end, and we don’t fall back on hour until next weekend. In my defense, I looked on my calendar, and end DST was printed on yesterday’s square. I have my brother, Carl, to thank for that. He made the calendar that I have hanging on my fridge. Maybe he was just trying to add a little excitement to my dull life?? If so, he succeeded.
Emma and I were up early this morning to view the sunrise on her first outs. Yesterday I had thought to head over to the Skillern Tract to view the morning exodus of egrets and cormorants from the roosting area, but I really had to take care of some laundry chores in the morning. I was scheduled to work in the VIS (Visitor’s Information Station) this afternoon, so I couldn’t do both. The laundry won out.
As usual for this time of the year, it was a slow day. Only had 21 people stop in, and very few sales.
I did find another butterfly species stopping in the garden before I headed back inside because the mosquitoes had found some fresh meat on my exposed arms. It was a wonderful day weather wise, but there wasn’t much bird activity in the afternoon.
I leave you tonight with another shot of today’s sunrise. I have tomorrow off, and will make a trip to Beaumont to stock up on supplies and try to get a haircut. Haircuts are always a challenge on the road. That will add a little excitement to my day!
Thanks for stopping by… talk to you later, Judy