Zephyrhills, Florida (high 83, low 63)
We had a squall line move in late yesterday bringing some rain. Unfortunately, it also brought back the humidity. I’ll be turning the a/c back on pretty early today.
When I checked the weather yesterday it looked like we were going to get some strong wind and rain. The radar showed an ugly looking squall line heading right for us. Fortunately, it was nothing, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t do any worrying.
I know I need to get over my fear of being in a motor home in bad weather. It’s kind of hard to travel if you worry so much about the weather.
Al got his eye appointment done yesterday and everything was fine except he has droopy eyelids which are affecting his vision. There is a surgical procedure (here we go again) for that. He’s wanted that surgery for years, but it has to get bad enough first.
We went to the gym yesterday afternoon, for a while. I took it a little easy and I didn’t do anything but the bicycle and treadmill. Supposedly I was able to resume my normal activities, but I just felt straining on weight machines might not be the best idea. My eye felt a bit gritty when I put my contact in yesterday, so I ended up taking it out and wearing glasses all day….which I hate.
We came home and watched the Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn, Part One. It was good and I can’t wait for part two.
Al has a continuing education class today in Lakeland, and I plan to clean up around here. It always seems there are things to do. I have a linen closet and a few cabinets that need my attention….as well as laundry.
Speaking of laundry. I saw something funny that I know all the women will appreciate.
The park we’re in is a snowbird park and most everyone is here for the whole winter. Our neighbors own their lot and they have a clothes line, like the one below.
Apparently, he is in charge of hanging the laundry out to dry.
A while back, I noticed he went outside and hung out a load of clothes. Now, a woman would have put the “unmentionables” on an inside and towels and t-shirts on the outside, Right?
Well, when I looked over I saw all of her bra’s and panties all on the outside row, just a waving at the world!
I had to laugh. I told Al…. “I’ll bet she’s going to have a fit when she sees it.”
Sure enough, a few minutes later, he was back rearranging things and her undies were all hidden in the middle rows!
That was several weeks ago and we have never seen her undies again! I guess he learned his lesson! I wish I could have taken a picture, but I thought it might seem a little rude.
The picture below was taken from our old back yard. One of our many Cardinals. At least the new owners also liked birds and were going to continue to feed them.