Tuesday was a quiet day, though each of us played pickleball.
Weather this week was conducive to play every day, and we both took advantage of it, though Kay took off Wednesday morning to play golf. We did enjoy a great concert Wednesday evening, Blue Bayou Music of Linda Ronstadt and the Eagles. The show featured Linda Ronstadt’s big hits When Will I Be Loved, Blue Bayou, It’s So Easy, Different Drum, Silver Threads, and You’re No Good; her R&B and Motown hits Ooo Baby Baby, Hurts So Bad, Just One Look, and Heatwave; her Grammy Award winning songs with Nelson Riddle, I’ve Got a Crush on You, Mr. Sandman with Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris, and Lo Siento Mi Vida in Spanish.
Thursday and Friday were pickleball days, too. I did spend time working on genealogy, especially the Fred and Zoula Dunn ancestry.
Saturday was more pickleball. There are 32 courts here at Palm Creek, and they are packed from 8 in the morning until 8 in the evening. It’s difficult to play unless you are registered in a round robin.
DJ and the Midnight Sun played a repeat performance of dance music Saturday evening. The five member band performs “Boomers” era hits including classic Rock and Roll, R&B, Motown, and select country.
It was our intent to go to church on Sunday, but something came up that prevented us from attending—my mom used to say the road to hell was paved with good intentions. It was just as well as I woke up early, and then went back to sleep, not getting up until late! was couples golf for the HSV folks out here in the desert. Neither Kay nor I won any money though we did have fun. Golf was followed by a great happy hour at the Baggetts.
February has been a tumultuous month for us, but thankfully ended with calm. We played pickleball, and enjoyed an “everything taco” happy hour and potluck with HSV friends on Monday, the last day of the month.