In the past I have always been aware of the rain when it happens, but not quite as much as I do now that I am living in a big fiberglass box. The back of our coach is parked beneath a large pine tree, and it continues to drip water for hours after rain has stopped.
Sometimes it drips when it's not raining, because the pine "harvests" blowing fog. In the back bedroom section of the coach it seems much louder than in the front living area. Last night I tried ear plugs. They came out in my sleep, but I slept well anyway.
I have spent a lot of time doing canvas needlepoint. My chair is quite comfortable and the window light is good. I use a small spot light in the evenings to supplement the overhead.
I love to wear happy socks!
Yesterday I defrosted the freezer. I needed a step stool to reach the back. These are my "Good Sam" socks that I got at Camping World. They are quite thick and have a non-skid bottom. Almost like slippers.
This is only the second time I have defrosted, and it probably didn't need to be done in the side without the icemaker. But defrosting gave me the opportunity to restack things and remind myself of what's in there.
When I look out my kitchen window I see this tree.
When I look out the bathroom window I get a slightly different view of the same tree.
We don't close the mini blinds on one side of the bedroom at night. Only the squirrels can see in, and we enjoy the morning light.
I see the same tree from yet another angle thru the bedroom windows.
Can you see the face?
It's funny, because I swear her expression changes with the light.
Sometimes she is smiling, sometimes not.
The rain has made her hair grow longer every day.
She doesn't have a name, but if we stay here much longer I may give her one, and perhaps start to talk to her!
Progress is being made on the house sale. I will write more about it in a few days when I'm sure about what is happening. But for now things do seem to be moving forward.
Is it a bad sign to think about talking to trees?