Actually, 52 degrees isn't as bad as what it has been. At least we didn't wake up to snow on the ground like the last few days.
Normally, I don't mind a rainy cold day in the spring. I'm usually so busy working outside with gardening, that I welcome some bad days to give me a little break.
We've not had enough good days to do anything with the gardens.
But the good thing from all of that is that I have more time for stitching and new designs!
So, I can find the good and the bad with the weather. I'll deal with it and I can always find something that needs done INSIDE the house while waiting for decent weather to get things done OUTSIDE the house.
My husband, on the other hand, is having some difficulties.
We were very fortunate that he was able to take an early retirement. So he's been retired since he was 58 years old. He's 62 now and at 62, he's pretty well set in his ways. His "ways" is that he can't stand to sit and watch tv/do nothing all day. He wants to be able to work outside or putter around in his garage and normally, the cold weather doesn't matter to him. But, he's had a rather bad cold so he can't go out until he's feeling better.
To make a long story short, the guy is making me crazy with his boredom! Yikes...my almost perfect laid back, easy-going husband is actually getting grumpy!
We both knew that we better do something about this boredom. We needed to get out of this house!
So yesterday afternoon, we went to the movies! I can't even remember the last time we've gone to a movie theater. We have Netflix and Amazon Prime, along with all of the premium channels on tv so there is rarely a lack of something to watch for us. But in this case, just getting him out of the house was a necessity.
We went to the movie with Sally Field "Hello, My Name is Doris".
I really loved her clothes. My husband never noticed a thing about her clothes, so it's must be one of those weird male/female differences thing. I wouldn't mind having some of those clothes she wore...especially the woolen coats...if you know me, you know how I love woolen coats.
After the movies, we went out for dinner. So I didn't have to cook either!
Taking one day to get away from the business and the house is what we both needed to keep us sane.
Good day indeed!
My husband is back to being an almost perfect, laid-back, easy-going man. He going to venture down to his garage and putter a bit too!
I'm going to click the "publish" button and then turn on my audio-book and get back to stitching!
I hope all of you can find some good in the bad!
Be Kind and Happy Day!