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... social activity than I normally manage in a year.
I went for a lovely drive down the coast yesterday. The weather was stunning! I also found a new way to get home. Discovering this place is a joy.
The upshot is my dear ones is that I am happy and doing well. My new life in this New Year is a wonderful thing. I send you all wishes for a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015. May your life be filled with love and all good things.
... one never knows; depends upon Dave’s health and other commitments, the weather, and the building gods. Of course, after that there is the little RV to fix up, and eventually the garden. It is a never ending thing… and I am not complaining at all. I love it here and once I find my place in the local scheme of things I shall be able to relax a bit and enjoy my new life in this beautiful place that is now my home. Come on up and see me sometime!
... recounted from his first date with his wife to use as inspiration for a scene in Ulysses shouldn’t destine a great, if unreadable novel, to the overstocked obscenity bookshelves in the U. S. Postal Service at the time.
I am going to Paris to find the bathroom, if it still exists, at the corner of the rue Jacob and rue des Saint-Peres where Scott Fitzgerald was so upset by a comment Zelda made belittling the size of his manhood that ...
... he is sanding like a madman preparing the sub-floor, and I can’t do the dust. Pffft! So I will try to busy myself with other things.
Dave finally got the floor prepped and has laid 5 rows. Looks amazing! Tomorrow should go a bit faster. I still have no voice, so I just pulled weeds. All afternoon. I am only ½ done. It is spring.
Dave has been dry laying the 2nd 5 rows. Seems it is a ...
... about 2 weeks now. The Beloved Dave (TBD) has been busting his butt trying to create perfection, and driving himself crazy since it is not possible with the ancient, poorly constructed trailer. Still, he is doing a fine job of making it as close to perfect as possible. Me…. I think close is just fine and I wish he wouldn't get so stressed, but hey, it is how he functions, so who am I to pooh-pooh it?
I have been learning how to mud and tape drywall, and doing the ...