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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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Ross is Home and Getting Checked by RIDE.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Once again I was up by 5:30 this morning. After opening the curtains and blinds in the other rooms I checked the weather reports then thought that I’d see what else was on. I ended up watching a Christmas Special that ended before Kathy woke up. As Kathy was starting to stir I got things ready for our breakfast. Our morning temperatures were on the brisk side but by later this afternoon they would climb above the freezing mark. 

We sat at our computers to get our morning reading in and accomplished a bit more planning. Karen stopped over to photocopy some documents before heading home after going to Therapy this morning. 

After lunch I headed over to pick up Kathie at her apartment then headed to Metropolitan hospital to pick up Ross. He’d had a surgical procedure done on Monday but wasn’t released until today due to bleeding at the site of the surgery. I stayed with the car in the patient pick up area while Kathie went to get him. This however took a little longer than anticipated because Ross thought he could just walk out but was delayed because the room kept spinning. He did have better skin tones than the last time that I’d seen him so we’re all hoping that now his health will improve. 

After making certain that Kathie and Ross were safely in their apartment it was time for me to head towards home. That however meant stopping at the Shopper’s Drug Mart along the way to pick up our winter supply of medications that we’ll be bring with us when we leave for Florida in two weeks. 

Back at the apartment Kathy had been busy cleaning the kitchen counter top making certain to get any dust that might have gathered behind the coffee maker and micro-wave. I got busy double checking the pill counts to be sure that we weren’t being cheated. (Even though the pills are counted by a machine it would not be the first time that the totals have been short.) 

After supper we headed to Amherstburg to visit with our son Kevin and daughter-in-law Melissa for our weekly visit. Normally we visit on Wednesdays but due to school concerts and dental appointments we sometimes change it up. As usual we had an enjoyable visit that is always filled with laughter. Kevin has finally finished painting the family room and is about to start laying a laminate flooring that will look like barn-wood when completed. 

On our way home we had to stop for a Ride Check on 18 highway but all I had to report drinking this evening was two cups of Tea which didn’t qualify me for a Breathalyzer Test. It took me by surprise because it has been over a year since I saw these kind of checks but then Kathy and I realized they’ll be around until well into the new-year. If you are going to drink alcohol don’t drive. Take a cab or have a designated driver. The life you save may be your own. The legal costs alone if you get caught driving under the influence are not worth it. 

Kathy and I would like to welcome our latest blog follower Frank Adcox who seems to be new to following RV blogs. Unfortunately Frank is not showing a personal blog at this time but if I see a change in his profile I’ll pass the information along in a shout-out so others can follow along as well. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.

Krackers

You Might Be a Redneck If

Your idea of conservation is moving your Saturday night bath

 to every other Saturday night.

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