It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Monday, February 20, 2012

Getting Caught Up.

Our Location Today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Don't understand how we are experiencing one night of good sleep and the next not so great. Maybe after all those years during our working careers that we survived on so little sleep that our bodies are telling us that we're caught up on our sleep. The way we drag ourselves the rest of the day makes us think otherwise.

We're continuing making plans for our upcoming trips for this year and next. At this point Kathy can't make anymore reservations for another month because that is what some of the recorded messages are telling her. Some parks aren't open yet as well. I have all the data entries that I've been working on completed to date. Now that Kathy has finished with her research to Wyoming this July tomorrow I have different research and entries to do for our trip . She has all our reservations for June and our two outings in August made.

Today the weather just made it above the freezing mark. Tomorrow is predicted to be warmer but with snow. We still have another 29 days before the start of Spring when things will really start to get busy. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.

Krackers


A man told his doctor he wasn't able to do the

things around the house like he used to do.

When the medical examination was complete,

he said "Now Doctor , tell me in plain English

what is wrong with me, no beating around the bush."

"Well in plain English," the doctor replied,

"you're just plain lazy."

After a moment of thought the man said,

"Okay now give me the medical term so I can tell my wife."

4 comments:

  1. You guys are sure organized. Loved your "Kracker" to night!!

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  2. Rick and Kathy, have you tried benedryl to help you sleep? It's safe and it's the only thing that doesn't give me a sluggish feeling the next day PLUS if you have allergies, they're taken care of as well. Take them early enough in the evening so you slowly get ready for sleep. Changing lifestyles, I'm sure, throws everyone for a loop for a time. Hope your sleep patterns change to where you feel rested all the time. BTW, I always slept like a log while traveling--maybe it was the air.

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  3. we use a product called 'sleep eze'..sure helps to take the edge off..and you don't wake up groggy in the morning...works like a charm on those nights when sleep just won't co-operate!

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  4. The changing lifestyle is awesome. You sure a organized with all those reservations. Fulltime with no house we just keep moving and relaxing wherever we feel like going next. We can always find a place to stay. Once you get spring warmed up we will be back in Ontario.

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