Life is good. I went to Huntsville this morning for my eye test and all is well. Don't have to get new glasses and there aren't any other problems. From there I went to the Salvation Army Thrift Shop to donate a heavy garbage bag full of stuff. While there, I thought I might as well pop in and see if there was anything I could use. I checked out the clothes and saw that, as usual, the things I liked, didn't fit. Then I wandered over to the other section and spotted a small stereo system. It had a 3 CD deck with dual cassette player, AM/FM radio and a special FM antenna. The later was important because it is sometimes hard to pick up a signal here with all the trees and rocks.
The stereo we bought after moving here quit working and I have been in a bit of a fuss trying to find another. Of course, everyone is into ipods and a lot of other things I don't really understand nor want to use, so it was hard to find a system.
The one at the thrift shop was only $35.00. I have it hooked up and it works perfectly. I can, once more enjoy my music. Life really is good!
Now all that is done, I am going to get back to my quilting. I only have a bit more to do on the quilt that is on the frame, the hand quilting is finished on the Northern Lights panel so I should be able to finish both of them today. Unless the hydro goes out. We are on the edge of a storm.
The hydro doesn't really go out as often as it probably seems from my writing but there is always the possibility.