December 28, 2020
Temperature 71 Degrees
Good Bye Christmas
Goooooooooooood Morning World!
Getting caught up.
Yesterday we began our day with worship at our home church, The Colts Neck Reformed Church.
The service consisted of special music, scripture lessons, and poems and special readings by various members of the congregation. A decidely different but nevertheless inspiring service that we both enjoyed.
As for today.
Today we said goodbye to Christmas. We took down our decorations and and packed everything into our Christmas toter that I then put away in its special outside locker.
But then again, Christmas was not really over. Ms Barbara finally wrapping Christmas presents for mailing.
The last one to be prepared for mailing. Once finished she loaded up the car and took everything to the Post Office. Now, we can honestly say that Christmas has come to a close.
As for me
I cleaned the sediment filter – the fliter itself was clear and had good flow so nothing much needed to be done.
It was also time to regenerate the water softener so that was another task accomplished.
I also took the time to steam clean our floors. So now we are all spiffy and clean, and everything Christmas is put away in its proper place.
Today was also a proper Florida day with temperatures in the 70’s. Much more to our liking. However, the temperature is already dropping this evening. As long as it stays above the 30’s I’m happy.
So that is where we are at on The Road of Retirement. Life is good. Life is easy. The good Lord continues to bless us. I must admit that it is nice just sitting in one place. We know where the stores are. I know who to turn to for help with RV issues. Yet, I really can’t wait to be moving again. I want to explore new places. I want to go, go, go! April 1st can’t come fast enough.
Thanks for checking in with us today. We always appreciate your company, your comments, and your 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!