One of the waterfalls we saw on our to Vancouver. I do love waterfalls. They're right up there with trees in my estimation.
Life continues on. I'm doing a good job of not being impulsive and doing stupid things that I will regret in the future. I'm starting to understand and believe that most things are outside of my control. I started taking CBD oil at night a couple of days ago and I'm sleeping much better and my knee hurts less.
Fall is starting around here. Already leaves are starting to change color. The shadows are getting longer and the days are getting noticeable shorter. My garden looks worse for the wear. Flowers are making their last ditch effort to reproduce. My tomatoes are looking scraggly and the bottom leaves are turning brown and curling up. Slugs and scarlet lily beetles are taking their toll on some of my plants. It will be time to put the whole thing to bed soon and let it rest for the winter.
We took our grandson down to Red Deer on Sunday to visit his great grandma. She has dementia but she was so happy to see him. She still lives in her own home, supported by her children. She asked us the same questions again and again and we kindly answered them again and again. She has always been kind to me even though I broke up with her son thirty-four years ago.
The little guy was not a happy camper on Sunday and on Monday a tooth finally busted through his gums so at least we know why he was so cranky.
Drama continues to swirl around him and so far he remains oblivious to it which I am thankful for. I am even more thankful that I am stepping back from the drama and not letting it affect me so much.
I have buns baking in the oven and I will take the dog for a nice long walk this morning before I pick up Miss Katie for her doctor appointment and maybe lunch. Gracie and the little guy are coming over for supper. And I'm learning. Learning to wait. Learning to listen. Learning to stand back.