Wasn't that moon something? Obviously I do not have a camera that does it any sort of justice, but I certainly enjoyed watching it come up last night. When I told Eva to look through the trees at the moon she said she couldn't see it, she could only see the sun. I explained that it WAS the moon, but an extra big and bright one. She wanted to know why it was yellow, but I couldn't explain that part to her.
Sunday I visited my dad, which was lovely. He is going to have a birthday in a couple of weeks, 91. Last year on his 90th he had fallen and broken his leg, and was flat on his back in the hospital. He has not completely recovered from that accident and now uses a cane to walk. He is looking forward to his birthday and Thanksgiving at home this year.
The other thing I got to do was stay over and go to a doctor's appointment on Monday. I still see my doctors that I have always gone to. The doctors in the area where we live now are few and far between and can't even take on new patients they are so over subscribed. I don't care. I am good with sticking with my old doctors I know and trust. I must be getting old. Isn't it true that when you are old, you want to live near your doctors? lol I have a two and a half hour drive, so I am not exactly close, but I am not giving them up. This visit was to my dermatologist, a lovely Korean teenager. Honestly, he must have been around 19.
On the way home I had to hit the shops. JJill was having a 30% off sale. Target had all their Christmas stuff already. Hobby Lobby too, and it was 50% off. I did a bit of damage, but not too bad. I must take advantage of shopping opportunities when they present themselves.
Aren't these legging and coordinating cardigans cute for Eva? Buy one, get the second for 50% off. I can't resist. Gosh, I'd wear those if they came in my size!
I have work today and Wednesday, so my next sewing opportunity won't be until Thursday. Hope you all have a grand weekend and good start to your week.