Be that as it may we are both entering a new phase of our lives and where ever we eat, I left the decision to her, We will have a celebratory martini! I don't drink them normally, though I admit to passing through a martini phase in the 80's. Fortunately we have several good local restaurants to choose from. I will always lean towards Italian. I hear Linguine Julia calling me. Although that just means linguine by Julia.
Alrighty then, this blog has become more of a diary. "Dear Diary, today I got up and..." As I write this it is Sunday morning. I started it on Thursday. Happy Easter to all that it applies to. It has been a week of adjustment and re-assessment. I have begun spring cleaning and have made a list of things to get rid of. This will take some time but I do have more of it now.
Yes as it says in the title of the blog, there was a turkey loose on the streets of my neighborhood. I actually have been seeing more animals who come out as the sun goes down. Arlene told me the she and one of her daughters went down to the lakes to take a walk. As the sun was going down they walked back to the car and spotted a turkey.
"Oh look! It's a wild turkey!"
The bird sees them and starts charging at them with ferocious gobbling and wings extended. A couple of girly screams and the sound of car doors slamming later, the bird was pecking the wheel wells and the tires. I thought this was hysterical! A turkey! Where's the glamour? Now if a bear chased you to your car, well that's a story!
It could have easily happened to me. I've been to the lakes many times. It's a nice spot, close by. An upper and lower lake separated by a dam.