Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Ready for another one?

Due to my time alone, I finished three books yesterday.   And believe me, that’s a lot of coloring.

We looked at the calendar, and OMG, one quarter of the year is kaput!

The garden is going wild!

After having breakfast, we went to run some errands.  We needed CPAP supplies for our upcoming trip and decided to purchase new equipment.  The store was in Santa Ana, but we avoided the freeway due to the expected heavy traffic and took the side streets instead.  Before heading home, we stopped by CVS to purchase some last-minute medications for the trip, some of which needed to be kept cool.

I am thinking about getting new glasses.

It is sometimes embarrassing!

My nose was going crazy, leaking like a sieve, so I stayed close to the bottle with Alka-Selzer tables.  We walked in the backyard, and things look great; we might have tomatoes when we return after three weeks!  We are so happy our grandson stays at the house while we are gone.  No one will mess with a 6’4″, 240-pound young man.  Young?  How about 35?

The sun is drying everything out after 4 four inches of rain!

The weatherman said we might get an inch, but Mother Nature had another idea!  Four inches in two days and more coming on Friday!

We have to empty the rain gauge once a week these days!

I had some time to think today. I grew up with Steve Jobs, Johnny Cash, and Bob Hope. Now there are no jobs, no cash, and no hope. Please don’t let anything happen to Kevin Bacon.

We had a nice dinner courtesy of Dr. Mary, who is getting homemade soup down to a science.  We stayed up until 10:00 pm watching a series called Young Sheldon.  Summary: The timeline for the series begins in the fall of 1989, and it follows Sheldon Cooper’s early life as a child prodigy in the fictional town of Medford, Texas.  As he grows up, he tries to fit into a world of people, including his family and friends, who struggle to cope with his intellectual capabilities and social ineptitude. The passage of time is indicated by episodes referencing historical or pop cultural events from the early 1990s, some of which are unique to the US.

Good night, all, and have an excellent April!


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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