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Girls Night Out Was The Peek Of The Day!

Fact: Most supermarket wasabi is actually horseradish.  Real wasabi is challenging to make and expensive.  As an alternative, most wasabi for sale is colored horseradish with flavorings.

I was going to wake up early to go jogging, but my toes voted against me 10 to 1.

The sun rose, and so did we.  Today is our appointment for the gym and “Girls Night Out.”

Scout, The Wonder Dog, showed me the following picture when I took him out for his morning constitutional.  He has been making airplane sounds ever since I flew the drone yesterday.

Scout saw me fly the drone, and now he wants to fly!

Into the Silver Fox and down the road, we went toward Tustin.  We just missed the school drop-off rush, so we were there a little early.  We were greeted by Mr. Rabbit, who lives on the property.  He was dining on a fire-stick plant, ouch!  We will bring him carrots next week.

Of course, I had to ask Mary, “What do you call a happy rabbit?”  I gave her the answer, “A hop-timist.”

Mary immediately responded with, “Where do rabbits learn how to fly?”.  I was puzzled, so she gave me the answer, “In the hare force.”

The rabbit was awaiting our arrival.

I have to exercise in the morning before my brain figures out what I’m doing.

We peeked inside and decided to go for it.  Saul, our trainer, saw Mary and brought over the fire extinguisher and a bucket of water just in case the machine overheats.

I really don’t think I need buns of steel. I’d be happier with buns of cinnamon.

One-two-three-four, repeat!

We went to Mary’s office in Huntington Beach from the gym to turn in some paperwork and get my glasses fixed.  We had time, so we went from there to the local Home Depot to look for lava rocks and to the Post Office to mail a package to Ethan, Mary’s newest grandson!

Our security camera picked up something moving in the backyard; our pool guy came early.  It is nice having twelve security cameras available; we always know what is happening around the house.

The heater is now gassed up!

We went into the Silver Fox one more time and off to the Sant Ana Elks Lodge for our weekly luncheon.  Today, Mary was surrounded by men; Iris, Linda, and Sydney were not around.

Bill and Bob

We laughed and giggled the entire time.  These luncheon meetings with the staff are vital to our well-being.

Bob and George

We saw a special with seafood and angel hair pasta, so we took it with us and dropped by Jan’s house on the way home.

A quick visit with Jan

It was not a quick visit; we talked for two hours before we came home to watch a little TV and hit the sack.  We had been on the go all day long.

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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