I was not going to share this story

I got up early this morning and was running some errands. I stopped at the market to pick up a few things and I was in a rush so I just sat the bags on the floor of the front seat. I went to start my car and the key would not work. I called USSA road side assistance and they told me it would be 30 -45 minutes for a tow truck.

While I waited I sat in the truck chatting on the phone. 15 minutes or so went by and a man came up and tapped on the window. I held up my finger to let him know I would be a minute but he impatiently tapped again.I looked around and did not see the tow truck. Since the car would not start I had to open the door to ask him what he wanted.

He said, “I thought I would ask you what you were doing in my truck before I called the cops.”

cynthia in truck

And a quote

“Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground.”
– Theodore Roosevelt
About Theodore Roosevelt
Known both for his larger-than-life personality and his many achievements, Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest US president at age 42. He was born in 1858 in New York. He led the Rough Riders, a motley volunteer cavalry, to victory in the battle of San Juan Hill. As the “Trust Buster” president, he instigated some 40 lawsuits to break up monopolies. An ardent conservationist, he put 230 million acres under federal protection. The Panama Canal was begun under Roosevelt. He died in 1919.

To keep busy I have been making some baby bibs for friends with new grand babies. I had forgotten how much I enjoy sewing. I am making 4 different sizes in the below photo the bibs are all hte large ones. I now working on some for some preemies.
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Today’s Quote

“Courage is the human virtue that counts most — courage to act on limited knowledge and insufficient evidence. That’s all any of us have.”
– Robert Frost
About Robert Frost
Robert Frost, the influential American poet known for his rural settings, uncluttered language, and meditative themes, wrote the poems, “A Road Not Taken” and “Mending Walls,” among many others. He was born in San Francisco in 1874 and moved to Massachusetts at age 11. He ran a farm for ten years, selling it to move to England and become a full-time poet. After achieving his goal, he moved back to New Hampshire. His ambition was to write “a few poems it will be hard to get rid of.” He died in 1963.