First thing in the morning, Georgie likes to sit on my lap while I check my email on the computer. Such a little love muffin.
Breakfast of champions - Cheeze whiz on Pumpernickel. The dog is never far when food consumption is happening, but he waits calmly without any annoying behaviour.
Shower, shave and youknowwhat later and it's time to go to work. Serge had dog walking duty while I ran out to catch the bus. It was really hoary in the morning, frost coating all the grasses and cars.
After the bus it was down into the metro to ride the virus transmission vehicle. There were two sneezes (not mine) on the way to work from passengers. Both times followed by muttering and hairy eyeballs directed that way.
Nerdy pic of me at work.
After class, I went over to the farmer's market to pick up some avocados. They have it all shut up now for the winter. During the summer it's open air.
Then back home and crossing over the train tracks. In the bottom right you can see some ice that never melted from overnight because it's in the shadows all day. The sun's angle is really low in the sky right now, even at noon.
Once home, it's time to take Georgie to the doggie park. He had a great time playing but he had 5 runny poos. I think Metamucil is the next tactic.
I am marveling at my flower pots this year. We have had several light freezes and the geraniums just keep on going. I was shocked to see the pansies bloom again last week as well. This has got to be the nicest November I have experienced here. Mild and sunny practically every day.
Serge's birthday season is here. We went out to dinner with his stepmom. Her treat. We all had seafood dishes at Vinnie Gambini's.
Once home, we discover what a good boy Georgie was even though he was alone for several hours. Kisses!
Then, one of the best Survivor tribal councils ever. A delicious end to a fabulous day.
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