Yesterday was a busy day here. I baked bread... again, this time using loaf pans. It's delicious.
And I rearrange the cycling / weight room. You see, I have 2 bicycles, the old X6 and My Syn (I do like that name), as well as 2 trainers, the Kinetic (nice color but relatively useless) and the Cycleops. They took up a lot of space. The X6? I'm probably never going to ride it again. So I bought some racking and hung it up down in the basement. The Kinetic got stored up in the attic since it has electronics and the basement can get damp at times. All of sudden the room got bigger. The sport laptop was moved to the other side of the room and is now located below the TV. My training videos will now be larger. And there's more room for the weight bench.
I also ordered a climbing rose - something to put along the side of the porch as a replacement for the wisteria which got chopped out. For years spring brought heavy purple blossoms to the wisteria. No more. This is how life goes sometimes. Next spring I should have roses looking something like this:
Change does happen. Some embrace the new, encourage growth, others, like Ms. Sanders, angrily fight against it. Their fear has more to do with losing control than anything else, of not being able to judge. For them, change is a cancer slowly eating away at their beliefs. They don't understand how wrong they are. nor do they understand there is no stopping it.