Ooh, look at the time! It is about ten minutes to seven on Friday morning. That is not early morning for me, as regular readers may know. Regular readers may also have observed that I missed posting Wednesday and Thursday. I am ten-finger typing on my dining-room-table-top, wishing I had a little more to say. I took a walk this morning, so perhaps I could manage a Pedestrian Post.
It was colder than it has been recently but not as cold as it is likely to become, so I do not repine. I did wear my biggest, warmest cape, a hat, and gloves. I got myself a bottle of water, clicked my Garmin to “Walk,” and set out. I was headed towards Herkimer’s Historic Four Corners, knowing I have nighttime pictures of them in my Media Library (see, even then I was hoping for a Pedestrian Post). However, I was still a block away when I noticed the moon-a-moolah. That is what my husband’s nephew used to call a full or almost-full moon. It was beautiful! I turned a corner, so I could look at it without walking backwards.
I could see the lights from Herkimer Reformed Church as I turned the corner so feel free to include a picture taken in December 2020. Pictures do pep up a post!
I continued up to German Street, which I crossed, and made the rest of the walk a dead end walk. That is, I walked up and down a few dead end streets, to look at Christmas lights on houses. I really must take some walks in the evenings, when more folks have their lights on.
I did not see this light this morning, nor would I have if I had gone to Main Street. Apparently the Village of Herkimer does not keep these lights on in the morning either.
On the brighter side (see what I did there?), I am over 300 words. Regular readers know I call that respectable. Now I have to finish getting ready for work.