I started working on transferring my clothes from winter to summer. Got all the summer ones out but still have to wash some of the winter ones so i can put them away once my machine is either fixed or replaced. I really miss having my washing machine!
I bet me doing this a little earlier than usual, will cause a big snow storm, joke, joke.
I wanted to go to the library also this afternoon and managed to return three books and take out four more! I just love the library and am so lucky I can get there so easily.
When I was in the mall, I bumped into Carmelita, then Sandy who spoke about my "Doors" poem to me as she still remembered it all these years later and she urged me to come back to the poetry group sessions. I may go back in September. She told me I was a prolific writer and she enjoys my work and misses me not being there which is very kind of her.
I treated myself to lunch at Toby`s and brought half of it home for tomorrow`s lunch.
After I had crossed the street, i saw Joe who is legally blind, look very uncertain so I went up to him and asked him if he needed a hand. It turned out that he wanted to cross the very busy street so I took him across the street and chatted with him letting him know that I remembered him from my time in the Villa. He was absolutely delighted to hear that I knew him.
we had a lovely chat for a few minutes and then I wenyt back across the street and home. H e never knew that he had been in grave danger once before and I had written a poem anout it which was performed at Central Library a few years back. I had also contacted the Hamilton Street Railway and my city councillor re the danger to blind people and how near he had come to putting his own life to an end but also the life of those workers who were gathered around an open manhole. I got some results to as the bus drivers were trained once again on how to communicate with blind people or hearing impaired people.
All in all, a very productive day. I will work another day on getting my winter clothing away and gradually ironing my summer things.
Thanks for dropping by.