Places We Have Called Home In 2020
November 22, 2020
Temperature 79 Degrees
Worship At Our Home Church In Colts Neck
A Shady Situation
Can You See Me Now
A Not So Splendide Situation
OK, not ever night can be the best. Last night I just could not sleep. Don’t ask me why, there was nothing in particular on my mind. On the other hand Ms Barbara slept just great. One out of two is not bad.
We began our Sunday morning as we usually do.
Pastor Scott was in charge of worship today.
Our opening song.
We had special music provided by two members of the congregation.
As part of the service there was a time for the younger members via video to say what they were thankful for. Some of the responses were: apple pie, ice cream, my brother or sister, parents, staying home from school, and so on and so forth.
Following worship . . .
It was time to tackle the shady situation that was hanging over me.
I gathered my tools together in anticipation of rolling this project up.
In short order I had the drop on this project.
Moving on to a really windy situation . . .
I took our window fan apart and cleaened all the junk that had been accumulating inside it.
Moving to the outside . . . .
I took the time to clean our windows. Can you see me now?
In the meantime Ms Barbara was cutting up vegtables and getting things ready for our Thanksgiving meal.
We were just breezing through the day without a care in the world until . . .
Ms Barbara unfortunately used the wrong kind of fabric softener in our washer/dryer and for some reason it overflowed. Can you say flood? It is going to have to come out so we can get the area dry. Then we need to figure out how to unclog the unit so we can use it again. Oh, this is going to be fun.
That is where we are on The Road of Retirement. We had a good day except for the washer/dryer and even that, though annoying, will eventually be resolved. Time and money can fix anything. Or so they say. We still consider ourselves to be two of the most blessed and fortunate people in the world.
Thanks for stopping by today. We always appreciate your company and your comments and suggestions. Keep safe, keep healthy, live to the fullest the days that God gives you.
These are the voyages of Elvira and her two intrepid travelers. Our continuing mission: to explore as many new states as possible, to seek out new acquaintances and make new friends, to boldly go where we have never been before.
See you on down the road!
2 thoughts on “TOUR AMERICA, 2020: PARADISE OAKS RV RESORT, BUSHNELL, FLORIDA”
Looks like Barbara has a jump on the Thanksgiving meal. Too bad about the washer incident. What softener did she use? Will make sure not to use it. Yes, with enough $$$$ you can get anything fixed or replaced. We bought a new washer/dryer this summer for the RV.
The shade looks very nice. And the windows, oh so clean! Given your talents, I am sure you’ll cycle right through that repair! Good luck with it! Enjoy your day today!