Friday, December 14, 2012

Good day

Today is my kind of day. The temperature is 78  degrees, the breeze is blowing 8 to 10 miles per hour out of the west and other than the humidity, which is 98%, this is just a beautiful day. More like what we came here for. 

Today is Red Hat Lady day in the park and they are all headed out for lunch. The men counter with a Camo Hats get together and head for their own restaurant. Not being a big fan of eating out I passed on this activity. 

No sign of the guy who pulled his trailer out yesterday so nothing to report on that front. Walking around the park this morning I found many projects in progress. Most of the major damage from the spring hail storm has been cleaned up, but some trim and siding is still being replaced. The park is looking pretty spiffy for an older park.

The plan for the rest of the day is to engage my jaw with some of my neighbors solving world problems so we can better enjoy the good life.

12 comments:

  1. Maybe you guys can figure out a way to head off the upcoming end of the world on 12/21/12. :c)

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    1. I tell you right now that problem has been solved (if I missed this who will know).

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  2. Let us know your solutions - maybe we can use some of them around here.

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    1. When we get the solutions we will be happy to share.

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  3. Can you send me a few degrees please? We only have 46 here!!

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    1. Watch your mailbox, I put some degrees in with you Christmas check. They're both in the mail.

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  4. At least you had better weather. It was windy,cold and rainy. So I went to a Christmas party here in the Village. But stopped outside the walls to take pictures first and froze my butt off.

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    1. We had a light breeze all day and the temp got up to 83, but the clouds did come back in the afternoon. Not a bad day.

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  5. Fess up..you did not go with the guys because your chamo hat is at the cleaners, right?

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