Tonight I was standing in front of my parent's house in Hastings watching the sun set at the end of their street, which I thought was pretty neat!
People may have thought (and with good reason) that I was likely the latest resident of Royal Palm Beach to loose their driver's license (or their home 😉 ), but thank God that was not the cause of my peddling more than nine miles around the town yesterday. "No, I am not a homeless person loitering in … Continue reading It’s a bunny, it’s a monkey, it’s Susie!
In Part 1 of Amanda's Visit at Christmas 2016, I left-off on Christmas day in Ft. Myers, and in case you missed it, this has become my favorite part of Christmas - when we sing Happy Birthday to Jesus at Dave's cousin's house. She goes all-out, birthday cake and all. I love it, even though … Continue reading Amanda’s Visit at Christmas – Part 2
I took this video on Christmas day in Ft. Myers. Not a rare sight for those whose yard we were in; however, I was amazed. It was really something to be standing in the middle of! And I couldn't help but think of my grandmother. Ha ha ha!! https://goo.gl/photos/KZ9tThdKWBPEeu2g7
Heading west, Dave made an impromptu move, and changing lanes said, "Let's go over to Sanibel and watch the sunset." "I don't care," I said, with no enthusiasm. "Okay good," he responded, as if I had said, "Yeah, wonderful idea!" I sat there amused at first, that he chose to take my "I don't care" … Continue reading The Six-Dollar Sunset
What is it about trains that fascinate children so? My nephew, Christopher, loved trains more than anyone I've ever known. Anytime he heard a train, whether on television, the radio or real life, his face brightened as he bellowed out, "CHOO-CHOO!" And if he saw one in person? Oh forget it - the excitement this … Continue reading CHOO-CHOO!
Mother Nature Knocks outside of our office