Kay is so glad to be home; she adores her house on the lake! I enjoy it too, but after just arriving home, there are so many chores that need to be done; oh well, one at a time. In reflection, we are so blessed to be able to enjoy the best of both worlds—home for spring, most of summer, and fall, and winter in sunny Arizona—blessed beyond measure even including the innumerable blessings heaped upon us each day.
On Wednesday, Kay and Sue finished packing temporary items from inside the motorhome, and defrosted the freezer; I removed additional items from the outside storage compartments. It’s time for the old Winnebago to rest. Neither of us did much else, except enjoy being home. As it was St. Patrick’s Day, we had an outstanding corned beef and cabbage dinner at Diamante Country Club.
Thursday and Friday were “catch-up” days. A new modem/router from Suddenlink was installed, all the computers, iPads, and iPhones were reset and updated, mail was sorted, clothes were washed, cars were brought out of mothballs, outside plants were pruned, stuff from the winter was put away, and a bunch of other little chores were completed. Catfish dinners from Mulligan’s were the highlight of day on Friday; thanks, Troy and Patty.
I finally made enough time on Friday to photograph newly emerged wildflowers at McClellan Beaver Dam Trail in Hot Springs Village. While not a great flower photographer, it is immensely enjoyable.