It was a rainy, rainy Christmas Day, and we curled up cozily at home, not venturing out until the evening for a movie. Sure wish Decatur had a movie theater!!
On a late evening family walk around the square, I was surprised at how many restaurants and bars were open. Holiday merrymaking in full swing in Decatur!
Smith’s clothing and “Shoes for the entire family”. I have a feeling they didn’t sell crocs and keens.
A very stormy day, complete with a tornado watch. I took advantage of the bad weather and finished up my work for the year, only leaving the house to walk down to Taqueria del Sol for a late dinner.
A couple of days ago, our holiday gift to ourselves came — a police scanner. Rainy days == dangerous days. Be careful out there. Take your time and leave lots of room. Meanwhile, I’m learning lots of new codes and lingo.
Can you guess where in Decatur this picture was taken? I like the contrast of the black and green!
Now that Electric Avenue has been re-opened, we took a walk down to it and then up a couple blocks to check out the construction and the new housing that has been built recently. From the outside, it looks pretty nice!
A beautiful golden evening on the square. A relaxing dinner with the family. Vowing to relax and enjoy the holidays instead of stressing about them.
Feeling slightly better today. Forced myself out of the house for a walk to the library and Baby Kroger. While on the square, I found a check/receipt folder from Ruby Tuesday’s. I picked it up and returned it. When they opened it, it looked like it even had a credit card in it! Yikes! My …
A headache with an accompanying head cold knocked me out for a full day. The only thing I managed to do yesterday was to get to the post office. Not a good choice. Two clerks and two complicated customers meant that the line literally stalled for 20 minutes. Once a third clerk opened, the line …