We are still here in Service waiting for Monday for the Homey to be fixed. We arrived last Sunday....Homey was looked at on Monday to determine the parts that were needed to order.
Parts ordered...took until Thursday to get the parts.
Ugh...I really don't like waiting...
but we did find some nice walks to do here...
In the meantime a few other issues were worked on.
We decided to have our bedroom TV upgraded here. We upgraded the front TV over a year ago from a 19 inch box to a 32 inch flat screen.
What size TV do you have at home? Or do you not watch TV?
We personally like to watch TV...most days we are out all day...hiking, birding, sightseeing.
So its nice to come home and relax with a movie or show.
I like American Idol, Desperate Housewives and Hero's. I used to watch a few more faithfully..but it got to be a bit much...Have been watching more movies instead.
I do get my All My Children and Ellen Fix several times a week.
And always love to watch CBS Sunday Morning.
HGTV is my favorite channel if I had to choose one that I couldn't live without.
I do also read and you all know I spend time on this computer.
What shows do you like to watch on TV? or if you love books send a few of your favorite titles my way.
So anyways.....Our bedroom TV is a 13 inch box..and with all the digital changes we decided now would be a good time to upgrade. Now when I or Jeff wanted to watch something different. ..he can watch satelliteI can watch antenna TV.
We decided on a 19 inch flat screen.
To put in our TV..its not a matter of just buying it and putting it on a table...We have to have it mounted with a stable frame around it. We don't want that TV falling as we travel down the road
We hope all the work will be done by Tuesday and we will drive to my sisters home in North Carolina, where we will stay for a month, doing some gardening and other fun stuff.
But in the meantime..
Spring is here in the Georgia woods.
the mosses and lichens are always here.
I googled to try to ID these...but didn't find them.
Devils Claw mushrooms signal springtime in the fungi world.
I take this info from a wonderful nature website.
Nature at close range.
quote from the book Petersen's: A Field Guide to Mushrooms: "The black cups emerging through the fallen leaves from March to May are true harbingers of spring." Ah, nothing says spring like "black cups emerging from the ground."
Today is Sunday
CBS Sunday morning
and then we go for a trip into Augusta...to a few places I found on the Wings over Georgia birding site.
Gonna see us some birdies.
Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday!