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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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Rainy Day and More Errands

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Sleeping with the window ajar and breathing fresh air all night does truly help you sleep better. We both woke feeling refreshed this morning before 8:00 and enjoyed toast and coffee for breakfast. The Weather Channel showed that we’d be getting hit on and off with light to heavy rain showers throughout the day and for a change they were right. 
We spent our usual morning time at the computers before getting ready for an early lunch. With that completed we still had more errands to run today. When I was setting up Kathy’s pill daucet the other day I noted that I’d forgotten to order one of her medications. After a quick call to the pharmacy they contacted the doctor for its renewal. The reason I wasn’t panicked about it at this time was because that was one of the medications Kathy needed to stop taking because of a medical test she is having tomorrow. Our first stop out today was to pick up that medication. 
Our next Stop was at Home Outfitters as Kathy was looking for a special clothes hanger she could use in the trailer. Luckily they had what we needed and it will help open up space in her clothing drawer in the trailer as well as the closet. 
From there we crossed the street to Home Sense to glance around for ideas on gifts for future occasions. Kathy did mutter under her breathe about things for Christmas gifts. Yes it is not even June but she is already looking for ideas for gifts. 
Going back across the street we spent the next hour walking around the Zehr’s Grocery Store. We not only got our exercise walking around we even managed to lose some weight in our wallets as well. 
Our last stop was to pick up the truck at Windsor Gas and Diesel. As predicted it passed the safety with flying colors but they noted that it has a rear seal leak on the transmission. Since Don used to work at the dealership where we bought the truck he knows that part is still under warranty so I’ll have to bring it back to them to fix. Another nice thing about dealing with a small shop compared to a large company is the shop rate is much lower which meant the cost of the safety was forty five percent cheaper.  
Back at the apartment we had just finished unloading the groceries when the rain once again came down in earnest. We put all the food away and I needed to lay down for a while as my hernia started acting up maybe from too much walking. For supper we tried barbecuing a pizza on the Weber Q as we’ve been reading a lot of bloggers doing it. The fact we used a thin crust pizza didn’t help. It didn’t burn but like they say practice makes perfect. 
Tomorrow afternoon we’ll be busy but who knows what will happen in between. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.

Tonights photos were taken on
I-25 South bound in the State
of Colorado. 

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Your satellite dish has more square footage than your home.

1 comment:

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