I am in a rut!
I get up at 6am, work until 2pm, then go for a walk.
I then get my camera and walk around the resort looking for some
inspiration for my blog.
Now this is a fair sized property, but really there is only so much that
one can consider interesting here everyday. After my stroll around
the grounds I wander back up to our lodgings to see if there is anything
worth watching on TV-there never is.
I take the time to do my stretches, maybe read a book for a while. Then when my DH gets off at 4pm we visit and have our devotions together.
At 5:30 it's time for supper. I don't think I told you that all of our meals
are provided for us. We have to eat whatever the special is. But I'm not
complaining there! We have pretty much anything we want for break-
fast. Lunch is homemade soup and a sandwich. Supper is a nice dinner.
Last night it was BBQ Ribs. We've had Salisbury Steak, Veal, Fried Chicken,
Spaghetti, Fish&Chips, Oriental, and Meatloaf. Some of it isn't too tasty, but mostly it's good. And we're not allowed in the kitchen to wash our own dishes.
Darn! That breaks my heart.
After we eat, it's back to our lodgings. We bath, then read e-mails. I do a
little blogging. I put a DVD in to watch. We just finished the whole 'Pie
in the Sky' series. I can highly recommend it. I just hated it when I knew
there were no more to watch. I think I got attached to the charaters!
We are now starting on Alfred Hitchcock movies from
the 1930's. The first one was "39 Steps". I had seen a remake of this
last year and really liked it. The original wasn't bad either, just a very
different story line than the newer version.
By 9:30 the wood furnace is stocked, my hubby is sleeping, and I spend
the last hour before I retire usually reading.
And that, my friends, is just how exciting my days have been here in the