It's about time.

Many of you can relate to 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" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Slower Day

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

It was unbelievable that Kathy and I both woke up just before 8:30 because the fog covering was heavier today than it has been in a while. Just maybe it was because we both felt rested from having had a decent night’s sleep. It was an amazing feat that we both wish to repeat as often as possible.
Golf Coarse in Seaverville, Tennessee from a Helicopter.
Yesterday when we had gone to get our groceries we had returned to find a couple of phone messages waiting for us. Right after breakfast this morning I attempted to phone one office only to be told by an automated message the office would not be taking calls until Tuesday. The next office I called I spoke to the person to answer a question with no problem. After Kathy and I discussed the matter we had a question to ask that person but when I tried calling back I got another automated message saying the person I had spoken to not five minutes earlier would not be back in the office until Tuesday. With the way the economy is today there are businesses wondering why they can’t stay afloat. Running a business the way these two are makes you wonder how they stayed in business this long.
Kathy with Matt and Tyler at Wonderworks, Pigeon Forge.
Great place to teach kids how nature works and feels.
After lunch we went to pick up Kathy’s new glasses and to order her new sunglasses. You might wonder why she didn’t order them at the same time as her regular glasses. She uses her last pair of regular glasses and has them tinted to the desired darkness and saves lots of money that way and they won’t fall apart on her after she leaves the store.
Kenedy Space Center Vistors Area, Florida.
We stopped a few more stores just for exercise and passing some time. We still managed to be home shortly before 3:30. By that time my hernia was acting up and I needed to lie down just to let it subside.
Chatanooga taken from Inclined Railway on lookout Mountain.
A few of our readers commented about our granddaughter Ashley’s performance in The Nutcracker of how she looks like she is having fun while still performing. Those comments are very correct because not only does she love to dance but has been in dance school before she started Elementary school and was accepted into Walkerville Collegiate High school for the Arts here in Windsor. She is presently attending The University of Windsor on a Scholarship for the Arts. 
Granddaughter Ashley in The Nutcracker.
With only 33 days until Christmas time just seems to be flying. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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1 comment:

  1. Maybe those companies are celebrating the American Thanksgiving long weekend. Sure is obvious here in Florida.