Doug has what he calls a "day by day" diary. He takes a picture from each day and just captions it with what the picture is about and a little summary of what we were doing that day. He now has 5 years of diary and he shares it with me at breakfast. "five years ago today we were....." "four years ago today we were.....". It's really interesting to look back and see how far we have come. It's also helpful when we can't remember where we were and what we were doing there.
So here are a few pictures of what we have been doing the last little while. There are a few times we have forgotten the camera.
|Doug toured a cotton farm and got this great picture of a.....cardinal? I was going to HAVE to go on this tour too until we found out it cost $10 and I was excused. Whew!|
|Full moon over rig.|
|Uh, oh, that's the last of my Tim Horton's hot chocolate.|
|Sunset over Cathy and Dale's golf course.|
|I put up our very little tree. There are lots of very sentimental ornaments on the tree including that big one there at the top right. Doug and I's first Christmas together 1984.|
Our dear friends Jeri and Terry arrived on Wednesday. They are in the site right next to us. Once again we are going to look after their dog, Duchess, while they go to Portland to be with family for Christmas.
Last night Jeri, Terry, Doug and I returned to The Creative Cafe for dinner. The experience was A+ and we will make a point of returning again and again. Both Jeri and I wrote reviews on Yelp. Their present rating was 4.5 out of 5. Hopefully ours will give them the rating they deserve. Full 5 points!
Last week three groups of our friends were all boondocking around Borrego Springs. Two Americans and nine Canadians. I contacted them and they all met up. Eleven people who had never met are now friends. That feels good. If we weren't among such good friends here, I would be jealous.
So there, my personal diary of events.