Siri is getting a work out today on my iPhone. I'm doing laundry and when I put the clothes in the dryer and turn it on, I'll get my phone out of my pocket and tell Siri to set the alarm for 45 minutes.
My hearing isn't as good as it used to be and I can hear the phone whereas I often can't hear the timer going off on my stove unless I'm in the kitchen.
If you have a smart phone, do you put Siri to work, too?
The photos on my post today are shots taken with my phone. While downstairs doing laundry I stepped out back and took a few of the flowers and trees. The flowers are fading fast as I have just stopped watering. I do keep the flowers in front watered.
The trees I showed in my last post was from 2013. That was the prettiest fall we've had in several years, that I recall. The foliage this year is slow to turn as you can see from today's Back 6 photo. I didn't manage to capture it, but there is a bit of color that shows up when the sun is shining on it just right.
I did see some pretty foliage around the Big Town this week. My daughter had to cancel her plans due to staffing issues and couldn't go. I went ahead because I needed to look for a new shirt and dress pants for BG to wear to an upcoming wedding.
What I bought turned out to be too small so we both went back to the Big Town to shop one evening so he could try on things to make sure they fit. We should have looked for clothes last weekend, but we had a full day getting haircuts and shopping for needed supplies for the house and headed home before we remembered the clothes.
When I was younger, clothes would have been uppermost in my mind. Funny how your priorities change when you get older. At least for me. For the most part, I'm a jeans/capris and shirt kind of gal. And I tend to wear my favorites all the time. I have one shirt that I'll probably cry over when it finally wears out. :)
I remember way back when I first started working right out of college, we wore dresses or skirts and high heels then. And the high heeled shoes had pointed toes. No jeans were allowed back then. And I loved shoes in those days and would buy shoes that matched my outfits. That was before I broke my ankle and now the highest heel I can possibly wear is maybe 2 inches.
How the First Lady walks in those stilettos all the time is beyond me, but they look great on her. Well, let's face it, she would look gorgeous barefoot and wearing a gunny sack.
It's been rather chilly the past few nights here, but we're warming up again. It's supposed to be in the upper 80's tomorrow and it looks to be a nice weekend ahead. Hope you have a good one.
Happy Friday to you!