On our way home from the Keys, we visited with Bleys and Carmen. It was good to see them and spend some time with them.
I love to travel, but also I love getting home and sleeping in our own comfy bed and doing our familiar routines.
They’ve been on us like glue since we’ve been back from our trip to the Keys.
We’re celebrating our 23rd anniversary of being together, and our 4th wedding anniversary.
We bought a CD which goes by mile marker from Miami to Key West, and narrates the trip down route 1, giving history, music, fun facts, and things to do and see along the way. It has really enhanced the drive.
They have a group chat thing where they can voice talk to each other, and it’s fun to hear them joking around and stuff.
We’re looking at switching our merchant services, to save money. A local guy met with us about his services, and he explained quite a lot about how it works and how we ended up paying more than what was promised when we signed up with our bank. So, we’re going to switch and save $30-$50 per month. More money in our pockets! 🙂
We saw two of them wheeling around yesterday afternoon.
I’ve been watching a lot of Naked and Afraid lately, and it really makes be grateful for all of the comforts we have. I’m so lucky to have been born in the US and to have great parents that raised me well and comfortably.
I love watching the birds drink, take baths, and interact around the bird bath. So interesting and beautiful.
One of the things I talked with the homeless people about, was getting cut. They are all very afraid of cuts because when you sleep on the ground, it’s much more likely to get a bad infection. I *did* cut myself yesterday, on some glass, but I had supplies in the car to clean, disinfect, and bandage it up.
I went to go clean up more trash today and talked with some of the homeless people living nearby. I wish I could help them.
For the first time, it was a big prize for the lottery tickets we bought someone for a birthday gift. Terra won $80! Pretty nice present. She just turned 18, along with her twin brother, Tyler.
I was supposed to meet a group for the Great American Cleanup on Saturday. The meeting place got changed and I didn’t get any message, so when I showed up, nobody was there. So I just started picking up trash! I had a couple of bags sitting by the car, and one of the guys that was involved stopped with his truck, picked up the trash I had collected, and told me where everybody was meeting. Yay!!
He’s turning 18 today.
Lately, they’ve been starting at 7am. And then as soon as they’re done with breakfast, they want their breakfast dessert of a new kind of treat we got.