I don't even remember what we did for most of last week. Tom had his motorhome washed and waxed and ours will be done Wednesday. We went to the Iwo Jima memorial (original casting used for the bronze memorial now in Washington) one day. Every Wednesday is Margarita night and we attended and then stayed to play Mexican Train.
The water line has been repaired. When the repairman removed the panel under the bed and Ted turned that line back on, water came gushing out. Taking the bed apart was the hardest part, fixing the water line was easy. We grocery shopped and yesterday Eileen and I had manicures and pedicures while Ted and Tom went looking for a new tire for Ted's bike.
Last night we saw Goldwing Express at our clubhouse. They were really funny besides playing great music. They appear in Branson, MO part of the year. Many Branson entertainers come to the valley or go to Arizona for the winter to entertain and we do enjoy most every one of them.
Each day is spent a lot like at home. Straightening up, grocery shopping, cooking, doing laundry all needs to be done but on a much smaller scale. That leaves time for bike riding, projects, walks, entertainment, sightseeing, visiting, etc. All in all, it is enjoyable to be here taking life easy.
Sometimes it's important to work for that pot of gold. But other times it's essential to take time to make your most important decision of the day which color to slide down on the rainbow.
~ Douglas Pagels