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... s a lot to be said for taking a vacation -- or holiday, the more civilized term I prefer -- and not end up fatigued and spent at the end of the time away, especially on a fairly long trip like this one. I want Will to enjoy -- and be enjoyable -- as much as possible. So he can appreciate as much New as possible. Hooray for our time out. And for a host who is like family who rolls with our punches.
As Scarlett said, tomorrow is another day. We'll be ripe and ready for it.
... We're in Durham now, guests of the Mister's oldest and best friend. Bread was broken with family both blood and by choice, wine was drunk and stories told. Amazing meal of grilled lamb with tzatziki sauce and squash salad and and and... then the instruments came out. Young William was having a moment with his music, headphones and all, until he heard Papa's mandolin and Uncle Rob's guitar. And when the gents began to play REM's"Losing My Religion", up he popped, taking over ...
... pretty full by the time I had finished.
After Rueben's, Regina took me to the post office to send the box. The lady there asked me to fill out a form declaring what was in the box. She wanted to know exactly what was in there. Jeez, there was so many bits and pieces that I couldn't name everything. Anyway, $162.00 later, it was on its way to Australia. Let's hope it gets there around the ...
... Paul and their son Travis who is a policeman.
While we were there, a lady brought a little monkey in and was showing him off and letting people take his picture, so I did. The monkey was a little mischievous and was pulling peoples hair but he is only young.
We left around 9ish and had to stop at Maccas for Maria. We went through the drive through and when Gail was waiting ...
... first time.
Jason, Gail's son, and his two daughters arrived and we chatted while the girls swam in the pool. They didn't care that it was raining. They spent a couple of hours to wait to see Gail when she got home.
it kept raining most of the day and we spent some of the evening out on the porch watching the thunderstorms.
It was a quiet day and I forgot to take any ...