Good morning. My goodness! Today is the last day of this month of March. Hopefully, all the winter storms are behind us now and we can begin to enjoy the Spring temps and blossoms. Today's temps will be in the upper fifties with bits of rain every now and then.
Gosh, yesterday was just a lost day for me. For some reason, I was so tired, and just could not get out of my own way. It was really an effort just to try to get up and walk. This lasted until around five o'clock in the afternoon. Thank goodness I started feeling a bit better because I was going to the Paris Cabaret with Deanne.
I am so glad that I was able to go see this last performance of The King And I. The acting and singing was just wonderful. Our Jazzy never ceases to amaze me with her beautiful voice. Now we are looking forward to the Spring musical performance of "70's Disco Fever." There will also be a special Mother's Day Show in May, and Deanne says that she is taking me to to that one.
Here is a photo of Deanne and I taken at our table last night at the Cabaret. All the walls are decorated with these wonderful murals.
I borrowed a really fun photo from the web to share with you. Have you ever seen so many adorable little dinosaurs crossing the street?
Oh my goodness, they are really Lemurs. But they do look like tiny dinosaurs if you look really quick! These next photos are a couple of the cute little squirrels at the Florida resort. I love how they pose for you once they see you with your camera.
In a little while I want to give Pogo a bath with his new soap. He has an appointment this afternoon with his doctor and I want her to see how the new soap is working on his skin. I also have to tell her that I'm not doing so good giving him his medicine. He doesn't want it, so I end up wearing most of it.
Today I had another new quick page for you, but I'm having trouble getting the link to work. Hopefully, it will be straightened out by tomorrow.
Now I'm off to give Pogo his bath and do a bit of blog reading. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.