March 11, 2015
Good morning. Me thinks that something funny is going on at the office here. This is the second day in a row that I've had to call the support phone number in order to get my internet connection back. Yesterday the tech assured me that there should be no more problems with this connection, and yet here I was again this morning trying not to rip out my last few strands of hair because I had no access to the internet again.
I've been coming here for at least thirty years, so I think that the least this resort could offer me is problem free internet. I know it doesn't sound like much, but to those of us with tablets and computers (and gray hair with short patience) it is.
Last night, I showed DIL Janet how to make stuffed peppers, and my oh my, supper was sooooo delicious. Afterwards, we decided to stay in and do our shopping in the morning. We had a loaf of bread that we kept in the refrigerator to keep it fresh, but it got moldy. Yuck Yuck! We did not notice the mold until after our lunch sandwiches were already made and ready to eat.
This morning, we'll take a ride to the market to buy some fresh bread. On the way home, we'll stop by that little pond up the road to take some photos. Then we'll come back here and work on our crochet projects. Does it sound boring? Well it may be, but it is very enjoyable.
Today I have photos of some of the local flora to share. I will need to take more photos of the beautiful flowers here. Even the hedges here have flower blossoms all through them. The critters in the first photo are just a little something extra.
Mr. Buzz (that's what I call the dude with the leaf blower) is busy blowing bits of grass around outside our unit. The noise is very annoying, so I think this is a good time to get dressed and head out to the supermarket.
In case anyone is interested, it is 78F degrees here already. But I happen to know that it is in the 40's back home so perhaps Spring is heading toward Massachusetts? Wouldn't that be nice. Well, that's all my news for this morning. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.