Between now and the latter part of March I’ll be on the road a lot, in and out of town, and often out of touch except for e-mail or if someone has left me a note on Facebook. Most winters I have a permanent place to stay, a work station, and a regular daily schedule. This year is different.
I’m looking at the likelihood that my daily posts will fall off sharply. I won’t be goo foffing, exactly, at least not all the time, but I’ll just call it that to have a name. I’m excited about the upcoming adventures and will do my best to be in touch as much as I can.
I haven’t taken much time off lately so I’m giving myself a small reprieve from the routine. Plans call for goo foffing the next three days to see if I remember how.
I’ll still be in touch and as always be happy to hear from you, but I’ll give the daily post a rest. Unless, of course, something comes up that I just have to tell you about.
Onward and upward!
I need a break from goo foffing. Yesterday I spent thirty minutes trying to take a picture of some of the huge wasps (cicada killers) that buzz around the shrubbery all day. Our Quixotic lizards cling to their palm trunks, doing push-ups and flexing their throat sacks to attract a date while hoping that one of these juicy wonders will rocket by close enough for their snap-out tongues to capture. Look carefully and you can spot three wasps in this picture. They fly so fast it’s sheer luck to catch one with a smart phone camera.
But enough of this intense relaxation. I need a break. Today I shall work on my poetry book with Charlesbridge! Tomorrow? Too early to make a call.
P.S. To friends who sent me “wish you were here” notes from ILA, many thanks. I missed you too!
Today my energy level has risen sharply. Instead of watching one lizard, I’ve doubled my efforts. Who knows how much better I’ll get before I finish.
Today we celebrate our grandson’s birthday. Therefore, we’ll party hearty in Kris Williams’ honor.
Not that we haven’t been taking advantage of every excuse to party. Thursday night, for example, was Fish Taco Night, thanks to the combined talents of Jeff, Josie, Tim, and all the little people who did what they could to help. Jeff prepared fish and shrimp. Josie toasted the taco shells, prepared a rice dish, and fixed fantastic salsa dishes. Tim cooked the corn. I made Margaritas. People everywhere I tell you! It was some party!