These are from tall oak trees, in the state park. There were ton’s of acorn tops laying around too. The squirrels must have already squirreled away the nuts. I learned last year humans can eat acorns too. You just have to soak the tannin out. I am not going to try, since my stroke I became allergic to most of my favorite nuts. It is good to know in case of emergency. I guess you just have to learn to be smarter than a squirrel to survive.
These are the pretty shoes that hurt my feet. I had to get rid of my heels, my beloved clogs and other shoes that won’t stay on my post stroke left foot. The soles of these shoes are comfy, until I step down on their ungiving hardness. I think next month I am making room in my budget for a new pair of new balance, exact copies of my old sneaks I love. I need to keep walking. I managed two days in a row. Today is non stop raining. I want to go to the auction tonight so bad. I might count walking around the preview and adjoining thrift store my exercise for today. I vowed to walk in almost any weather except ice. I could get soaked, then just change. I feel like I would then be too exhausted to attend the auction. I need to find something special to sell for hundreds on ebay. My sales are lagging way behind this month. I would not care, if I did not have pretty shingles (expensive) for my roof to buy.