Thursday, March 7, at home in Arizona
It’s good to be back! Hello! I’m very glad you are reading this. I appreciate you dropping in here after my blog was dormant for several days.
I do have a confession to make.
As you may know, the door to my admin page of this blog slammed shut, keeping me from publishing posts. You would think I’d jump right on the task of solving that problem.
Well, I didn’t. I let a few days go by. You see, something happened that drew me away from cyberspace and set me down into the real world.
“What happened, RVSue? Do tell!”
Spring happened, that’s what!
Peeking over the fence I see the neighbor’s trees are leafing out and blossoming.
These days have been too beautiful to miss by doing tech stuff.
Reggie, Roger, and I are outside most of the day.
Sniffing for clues as to what is on the other side
We eat our meals outside, either on the front porch or in the back yard. The weather has been perfect — in the 70s, even reaching into the 80s a few afternoons.
We have our own wildflower bloom!
So, yeah, we’ve been goofing off.
At least every day I worked in the yard. It’s really play for me because I love every minute of it. Of course, the boys play, too, because they play all the time no matter the weather!
No snakes allowed in our yard! The crew tears into the toy snake from the thrift store.
The Perfect Tow Vehicle went in for her tune-up appointment (problem fixed!). I also had a few tune-up appointments (no problems!).
“Roger, what did I say about digging in the yard? . . . Oh, go ahead. It’s springtime!”
I have lots to show and tell you.
That will wait. For now, I want to get this post published.
I hope you are well and happy. Thank you for sticking with RVSue and her canine crew!
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“I agree with all the points that Suzi makes and join her in recommending this product!” — Sue
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