I'm attempting a Sunday night post as an experiment in reviewing my weekend rather than the long, rambling post on Monday. So, here's just the highlights in pictures, video, and bullets.
*~* I spent Friday afternoon at a local bead store and then the thrift store to pick up more vases.
*~* This box of monkey masks at Goodwill took me off-guard. A picture had to be taken
*~* Slept in
*~* Picked me up a new life vest and a pair of boat gloves
*~* Played out on the boat. . . which still has no name.
*~* Chilled on the beach
*~* Had dinner at a new-to-us place. Unfortunately, I was dissatisfied with the food. In addition, we had one of the weirdest waitresses ever. She asked us to order before we even opened the menus, she hurried us through the meal (asking if I wanted a box before I had taken two bites), and she pretty much shooed us out (taking our drinks from the table while we were still sitting at the table. There was still beer in my mug!) I'm probably just over-reacting, but I was displeased. However, apparently they have no hours at all. . ..
*~* We ended the evening on a better note with some key lime pie and a scary move.
*~* I had some time on my hands Sunday morning as Pat wanted to knock out some more work on this (hopefully) last day of his current project assignment. So, I went though blogs. I'm hoping to get into that a bit more later in the week.
*~* We both cheered as he got the major portion of his work completed in the early afternoon and headed toward the beach for lunch
*~* After lunch, we looked at a few boat launches to determine if our boat could be put in at those locations
*~* However, that was all the time we had for the Gulf since Pat still had a little MORE work to do. So, it was back home for us.
*~* At least I've been able to work on my chore list some. . . some, yes
That's it for my weekend review, now I really should get back to those chores. Or maybe a beer. . .or both. It is still the weekend after all.
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