After a late night last night, Sweetie had mercy on me and did not insist that we go on a long bicycle ride. It was a perfect morning under a cloudless sky and mild fall temperatures and nearly impossible to consider staying at home and indoors. (Turns out she didn't feel much like cycling today for some reason, but that's beside the point!) Anyway, since I was still recovering from last week's cold and got to bed late due to the Observatory event, it was nice to sleep in and have a slow morning. Breakfast at Bruegger's Bagels, a quick trip to Target for miscellany, and it was home for a quiet few hours and lunch. At least it was quiet for me … She was doing some light gardening. Beans and franks (veggie) and we took off to the Wolf Creek Environmental Education Center — a long name for a farm that was donated to Medina County's park system and made into a nature preserve. We took a slow-paced hike on some of their lovely trails and shot lots of nature photos. After that, it was on to Fairlawn to check on some items at a store or two and stock up on tempeh. Then back home. Gotta say, even though we took it fairly easy I'm feeling bushed. I hope I didn't overdo as I really, really don't want a relapse! So I'll rest up all evening, laugh at the Simpsons, and hopefully get a good night's sleep. It was a beautiful Sunday.
Note to self: Tasha's medication drops to one-half tablet every three days.