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What Day is it Anyway? #SoCS Edition Saturday, May 16th, 2020


I don’t want much in life. A roof over my head, food to eat, health …

The simple things in life are fine. I live inside my head much of the time, so that’s my entertainment. It can be, at least.

I managed to get out for a walk with Alex this afternoon, and then another one by myself after I worked in my car. I didn’t get a lot of work done, since I need a new battery in my laptop. The old one only lasts an hour, hour and a half.

This is the view from my car. I got out and took the photo so I wouldn’t pick up the dirty window.

Photo: Four adult Canada geese and about 25 goslings, all grazing on the grass with the lake in the background.

And here’s a video I took just off the trail when I went for my walk. Turn up the sound.


So yeah, that was my Saturday. Quite nice, actually.


2019-2020 SoCS Badge by Shelley!

This adaptation of #WDIIA and Stream of Consciousness Saturday is brought to you by both. To join us in the SoCS tradition, click the following link where you’ll find all the instructions and the other participants’ posts in the comments. It’s fun!Β you can link to this post if you just want to write a What Day is it Anyway? post.

Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

27 thoughts on “What Day is it Anyway? #SoCS Edition Saturday, May 16th, 2020

  1. great view! ❀ ❀


  2. Marvelous day. Thank you for sharing it with us.


  3. Super day, Linda. Thanks for sharing.


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  5. Such a beautiful place to enjoy. I liked the bird voices.


  6. Nice days help us keep moving forward. Lovely video. So peaceful.


  7. That looks and sounds like a very nice day.


  8. it does look like a lovely day, indeed


  9. Adorable picture.


  10. Love all the bird song on the video absolutely beautiful. We have a lot of Canada Geese here so it was good to see them in Canada 😜. I hope you can get a new battery for your computer soon. πŸ’œ


  11. We are familiar with creches of goslings and adult Canada geese. We have three clutches of babies at the moment, one of 3, one of 5 and the latest of 6. As there are four adults in your photo, it may well be two or more families. Two years ago we had large clutches of 8 and 10 and it was a very good year for goslings as there were at least 60 that we counted.


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