The first moment of the day, after leaving the bed, is look outside and see what is happening. This morning there was a cloud happening. I have a thing for clouds, but mostly there are none. Either it will be a grey day with rain, or a wonderful summer day with plain blue sky. This morning there was a cloud show, so it was worth standing on the porch in my night attire and taking a photo. Clouds do not always arrive like this.
Yesterday the only place I visited was the supermarket.
So the only new photos were of the route on the way. In between taking photos I notice a black object when I looked through the camera. Obviously something was on the lens, so in the car I cleaned them and the object was still there. I then removed the lens as it was probably at the back of the lens, but found nothing. After many manipulations I screwed it all back together again and the mark was gone. We were our way in the car, but Mr. Swiss finds I am taking photos of the same stuff all the time, so it made no difference to have a pause. He now and again complains when he wants to turn the car, as I tend to get in the way with the camera.
I managed to get a shot of the crane near the supermarket where they are building a new estate. It was just a year ago when they began to demolished the old apartment houses where Mr. Swiss spent his teenage years and now they are putting the finishing touches already to the new blocks. One block has already been painted and they are removing the scaffolding already. I have take photos of the progress throughout the year, having nothing better to do when visiting the store. I am becoming quite a specialist. There are cranes everywhere. We have at least two in our village.
Otherwise it was a stay at home afternoon. I was thinking about going for a wheelie when Mr. Swiss decided he must go into town. I cannot get out in my wheelchair if he does not help with opening doors. I could do it on my own, but it is a little complicated and I decided I had things to do at home. No. 1 son was out for the evening in any case, at a local concert so it was just me and Mr. Swiss for tea, but not by candlelight. The sun was still shining.
Without the daily prompt I was at little at a loss about what to write. Now we are slowly becoming flooded with choices, as some enterprising people are now organising new daily prompts. This is good that the initiative is there, but I am not sure where to go. Eventually I will find my way. WordPress have really dumped us in a back alley, but we are gradually returning. If I was 20 years younger and had more energy, I would have liked to have participated in organising something, but somehow the drive reduces as you grow older and I am thankful for the efforts from the others.
I am now off for a little cleaning session to help relieve the boredom. Enjoy the day, relax and remember, it can only get better.