Although winter is nearing we haven't seen any snow on the ground here in the valley, well, anything that's going to stay that is. This is how Queens Park looked like after a snowfall but this was a couple of years ago. The best we can do now is a few frosty nights. Well, we know Jack Frost has been busy! The mountains on the other hand have had plenty of snow.
Friday evening after work I stopped by the pharmacy in downtown Vancouver to pick up the rest of my meds. Then it was a quick stop at Chapters before starting the homeward journey. On the train I saw this cute blond-haired guy with green eyes sitting in the opposite row of seats, you know, a dark brown leather jacket, blue denim jeans and the hair swept forward. I got off at Sapperton station to head over to the grocery store and he stayed on likely heading over to Lougheed station like a lot of other hotties!
Today has been spent taking it easy, not doing anything especially straining or stressful. I bought another small tree to dress the dining room table for the season, a cypress with a lighter green foliage than the one I have had for a couple of years. I once had an Italian cypress tree that was bought as a small 8 inch tree in 2000. It had blue-green foliage and was re-potted twice before I sold the house and left it with the new owners. I would leave the tree outside from early spring until late autumn (usually October) and then bring it inside for the winter to spent its time in the front bay window. It was around 3 feet tall when I gave it away, like I did with my other plants, though I should have given some of them to my cousin, as I later found out. He and his wife would have appreciated them.
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