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... fantastic! I also do 2 hours a week helping a nice gal in Sebastopol, which is about 30 minutes from here and gives me a chance to get out of town and do some shopping one day a week. She needs in home support for various tasks, so I give her a hand with cleaning and laundry and errands when needed. Pretty mellow.
I am still not making a "living", but this is all helping me get on my feet while I try to find my way to local students and gigs. It is ...
... me. So far no down time or any real chance to explore my hood. I did, however, manage to attend a couple of community meetings and rabble rouse a bit. Made a new acquaintance or two and hope to get to know more cool folks.
No waffles this weekend as Nancy’s dad, who is 100, was in the hospital for a few days. But he is back home and trying to get settled it. He couldn’t come home from the hospital until he could walk up the stairs to the front door. ...
... and Harry’s, after which the folks headed back up north to their own digs. I got the rest of the boxes from this trip unpacked, and hope to have room for the rest of my stuff coming up. Jeezers!
I have moved out of the RV and into the main house and now sleep in my brand new bed. It is awesome! We still have the kitchen to contend with, but other than that, the RV is now Dave’s very own little abode.
Today we try to get ...
... beautiful drive out to the coast. I am so blessed to live in the middle of redwood beauty, and a 15-minute drive from the gorgeous coast. I am truly blessed! (See pics below...)
We drove back to Santa Rosa for dinner with Dave’s brother (who was in town for a visit) and his family. The drive thru Bodega and Sebastapol was lovely and the dinner was a real pleasure. It was a perfect ending to the trip.
... but they passed). He, being a foodie, went to a feast with other foodie friends, but he didn’t want to see us sans some semblance of a celebratory meal. Gawd I love it here….
We took a bit of a break last night and went to see Hunger Games “Catching Fire” at the Rio Theater. As it is an old Quonset hut from 1949, there is no heat, so we bring blankets and dress warmly. If you forget your blanket, the house will provide ...