Good morning. Today is another gorgeous day here in Florida. Every day that we've been here has been gorgeous. I've been so busy with fixing the internet screw ups that I forgot to post the new calendar page for this month. Here's my page for March.
The day after we all got here, my son drove down to spend a few hours with us. I haven't seen him for quite a while, so it was a really wonderful visit. Here's photos of my son Gary with Audrey and one of him and me.
Here's a photo of my friend Beth that I took while we were out in the parking area at night getting ready to photograph the fireworks.
And finally, here's Pogo, relaxing on a chair on the porch, enjoying the warm sunshine.
Last night I finally got some good sleep. Having the oxygen concentrator working made a huge difference. I still woke up early, but at least I wasn't tired when I got up this morning. Audrey, Pogo and I have had our breakfast, and now Pogo is napping, Audrey is sitting on the porch crocheting a beautiful doll and I'm here at the table typing this post. Beth is still sleeping.
Soon, I'll be sitting out on the porch too with my crocheting. I'm working on a scarf with "Pink tones" yarn. When this set is finished I'll take a photo. Sad to say, Audrey will be going home tomorrow. This week has flown by too quickly. She hasn't left yet, and already I'm starting to miss her.
Last night for dessert, we had Key Lime pie (which Audrey made) and watermelon (supplied by Beth). Oh wow, we've been eating really well all week. Even Pogo is doing good with his food. He still eats his Blue Buffalo doggie food, along with bits of people food.
Well, the morning is beginning to slip away, so I think I'll go wake up Beth. Today will just be a lazy day for all of us. If we want to go out we can, and if we'd rather just mellow out on the porch we can do that too.
In a few minutes, I'm going to grab my crocheting and join Audrey on the porch. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a simply beautiful day. (yes, I'll post tomorrow to make up for the days that I missed.)
Hugs, Edna B.