We couldn't have asked for a nicer day, with cool temperatures and blue sky with high swirly clouds. The walk took us into many Boerne neighborhoods, through an old cemetery, and along Cibolo Creek.
What fun to walk and talk, getting to know people who instantly became friends. I spent time talking to Susan and her husband Darren who met in Germany while both of them were stationed there. Darlene was also fun to talk to. I knew Ellen from previous walks as she is president of the Randolph Roadrunners Volksmarch group.
While walking in neighborhoods it is fun to look at the homes, landscaping, flowers, dogs, cats, birds and historic markers.
The flowers in the photo below are huge! We asked the owner of the home what kind of flowers they were. Unfortunately I didn't write down what he told us and have forgotten the name.
|Huge blooms on this plant.|
|Whimsical tree decor.|
|Morning gory vine.|
|Cute home in Boerne.|
|Fragrant flowering bush with little white blooms.|
|The Creek Restaurant overlooks Cibolo Creek.|
|Darren and Susan M.|
|Ellen, Darren, and Susan M.|
|Darlene, me, Susan M., Ellen and Darren.|
I'll close with a few kitty photos...The cats had never been in this cupboard before. I took out my file, sat down at the table, and was working on a couple of things. When I looked up, this is what I saw. Once again my busy cat, Bowie, was the instigator. You can see Sunnie trying to follow suit.
|"I'm the king of the castle!"|
|"Hey, how'd you get up there?"|
|"Aha, that's how you did it." (Do you see |
Bowie's head in the back of the cupboard?)
|Sunnie didn't make it in the cupboard.|
Tomorrow, I will write a review of "Thor: The Dark World" (IMAX 3D).
Good night. It's time for me to find my dark world.