Oh boy, did I blow it! Yesterday I made the statement, “Being that it is another slow news day here at the Plantation” when what I should have said is that it was a slow news day “FOR US” at the Plantation. There’s never a slow news day at the Plantation from the middle of November through the end of March since there are around 50 events on the weekly schedule. And, on top of that, there are several more special events, that are not on the weekly schedule, that take place over the course of a week. So, it is possible that one could stay busy from morning to night everyday. Life at Rainbow Plantation is anything but boring.
So, why was it a slow news day for us, one might ask? That’s because we are working on our projects at home in order to be ready to roll come the end of February. Judy wants to get her quilt and Alex’s blanket done and I have several projects to finish as well. I need to repair a hole on the underside of the gooseneck section of the coach, caulking and touch up paint to accomplish all around the coach, and a deep washing/waxing of the entire coach to complete. Then Judy and I want to go through every drawer, cabinet, closet, and storage area cleaning and sorting. We stay busy, that’s for sure, but when we are doing the same thing day in and day out, it’s just not news worthy. Therefore, it becomes a slow news day for us while here at the Plantation.
This morning I get to go to the dentist and get my fangs sharpened. Then, sometime later this morning, Mike and Peggy will arrive from points east (Bonifay, Florida). ‘Twil be good to see them once again and we’ve been looking forward to their arrival even though the landing legs have been wired up. I guess Mike and I will just have to celebrate martini time each day until I think of something that needs to be done, Mikee is my resident electrical expert. Judy and Peggy will find some mischief of their own to get into so you can anticipate plenty of get togethers over the next month to read about.
Be Sure To Hug Your Katt Today and May God Bless - - - - - - - - - -