When I walked out to get the newspaper Friday morning, there was the promise of a pleasant day in the sunrise.Then we were off to breakfast with our view of Mt Rainier over a fog filled valley on our way.
Only our friend Jan was at breakfast with us this morning, but we had a good visit while I enjoyed my bacon and egg and hash browns that someone else had cooked for me. I am not a morning person, but I love a cooked breakfast, so it is a real treat to have it cooked for me. Unfortunately this will be my last breakfast out for a while. I have two appointments next Tuesday and then I will be going into lockdown until after my heart surgery. The exception will be a well masked trip to the grocery store during a non busy hour.
After getting back home this morning and catching up on some blogs, we went outside to do some work in the yard. It felt good to be outside and get some light work done.
Then after lunch we went on a little outing, a change of scenery I had been longing for.
On the way to Seahurst Park over on the sound, we stopped at a Starbucks for coffee, for me a latte and a bit of chocolate. Then we sat on a bench at the park to enjoy the scene and our beverages.
We walked the path and then got down on the beach a bit, enjoying the crunch of gravel under our feet.
The Olympic Mountains to the west were just barely peaking up over the fog bank.
We walked just under a mile and a half. It was hard but also wonderfully refreshing.
I'm good now for a while, until I have to run away again.