Today I Waited And Waited…

What cheese can never be yours? Nacho cheese.

Today I made some changes that needed to occur but were difficult.  I changed my answering machines to be just me, and I changed the name of the Daily Diary.  The diary began when Sue and I retired, and I keep it up every day.  My memories of my beautiful wife will never go away, but things must move forward and reflect what is happening now.

OK, back to the day!  I will be waiting for the county inspector to show up and look at the electrical installation so we can get it sealed up before the rains come down.  According to their plan, my home is 5th on the list of places he has to inspect today, which means anywhere between 8:00 AM and Noon.

2.6 miles this morning, not too bad!

Someone had extra paint laying around, and they are pretty handy with a brush!

That’s me in the center!

I see more and more Trump signs around; they now outnumber the socialists 2:1 in our hood!

Have to love my hood!

I will have to pass by tonight and see if they are lit up!

Funny, next to them was a BIDEN sign!

I pass by this all the time, and it is lit up with all kinds of orange lights!

The lights at night are great!

Upon returning home, I headed to the wine store, and I picked up a 1/2 case of Cakebread plus some Polish wine for our great dance instructor, Marcine.

In the afternoon, I awaited the arrival of Robin and Bob as they are going to pick up the Avalon for Nick.  When they called, we decided to go to Patty’s Place.

Robin and Bob; I love my kids!

Chuck was there this evening, making it a pleasant visit.

Chuck and Robin, watch out for these two!

After dinner, I decided I wanted to see Mary since this would have been the first day we had been apart since July 28th.  I popped over, had a half-glass of wine, and departed for home. Scout was happy to see me!  Oh, so was Mary!

It was a necessary trip!

Mary reminded me of Dolly Parton night a few years back.

I always wanted to be a cowboy, now I know why!

It was a good day, and tomorrow will be better!

About Paul

Just an old retired guy trying to finish out my last years on this planet. I lost my best friend and wife in early 2020. I was blessed again by reconnecting with Dr. Mary Côté, a long-time friend. Mary and I got married July 28th, 2021, and are enjoying life together and plan to spend the rest of our lives being a blessing to our friends and family.
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