It seems like a beautiful fall day would be the perfect time to take a walk down the hill. It is beautiful!
It’s just that everything I see makes me think allergen. Then I sneeze.
Then I get a sinus headache.
Seriously, how can all this beauty be so bad for me?
I’m going to blame it on the summer’s drought. After all that has been my scapegoat for everything since about Feb. 27th.
Really, the seed dealer sent out an e-mail telling about a black mildew growing on the corn that all the combining is stirring up and sending into the air.
I did enjoy the beauty of the woodlot south of my property. (This is where the goats like to try and escape to.)
Just as I arrived, I heard a car behind me.
Every time a car goes past it stirs up dust that just hangs in the air.
As if the allergens weren’t enough, I also picked up some of these little things on my sock.
I tried pulling them off with my bare fingers, but that just resulted in some unladylike comments and loss of blood. Yep, the pliers were a necessity.
With all the horrible things attacking me, this is my new companion whenever I’m outside for more than a minute.
Is it winter yet?