Look who I saw while out and about in the neighborhood yesterday! It’s JACK! We often see him hopping about in our backyard and then he scoots to the front lawn and across the street and disappears from view.
I guess this is where he goes. Or one of his destinations. This is a corner lot about a block from our house, with a big old tree which obviously is perfect for napping under if you are Jack. Or any jackrabbit….perhaps Jack is played by many different actors who all look the same.
I think it’s amazing how docile and trusting he is, and I might have gotten even closer but I didn’t want to disturb him. When I doubled back on my walk about 45 minutes later, he was still there. No dogs run loose here and cats are well fed, so he must feel safe.
Because the weather is still lovely for this time of year we had a lot of trick or treaters on our street last night. Almost every one of them said thank you and happy Halloween. One little guy with a big bag almost over flowing with junk told me he was on his sixth neighborhood. Now that’s dedication.
Today we made our trial run to the part of the hospital where W has his surgery on Tuesday, so that will make the actual trip less stressful, avoiding construction and not being surprised by one way streets. It’s an old people thing. If you’re not in your sixties you probably won’t get it. Now I’m hoping the snow will hold off a little longer.
It was also clock turning back day. My little sister sent us this awesome “movie trailer” showing how traumatic Daylight Saving can be for some people. Enjoy!