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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Thursday, July 9, 2015

The 95th and Valuable Information.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Last night I managed to sleep undisturbed by any dreams. As some of the comments referred I very seldom have dreams that I can remember because the ones I have will wake me. I’ve been that way since I was a child. Scientists say that even though we don’t think we are dreaming our Subconscious simply suppresses it. Even so we managed to sleep in this morning as we listened to the sound of the falling rain outside our open window. The rain continued throughout the morning so once breakfast was out of the way we spent most of our morning on the computers. 
The most popular way to donate blood in Florida.
After lunch Kathy continued her quest of going through the remainder of her closets purging clothes that she no longer wears and finding other things that she now calls STUFF. Under cool cloudy skies I drove to the Canadian Blood Services for my 95th blood donation. Reading the board on the wall was an indicator that all types of blood were on the low side due to people going on vacation and not taking the time to make their donations first. The sad part is occasionally even regular donors become victims themselves and need transfusions. So if you are a donor and about to hit the road please donate before you do. The life you save may be your own. A nonpaid advertisement for something I truly believe in. 
We saw more sun in March in the Keys
then we have since we've been home.
While sitting to have my after donation juice and cookies I met Steve who is a contractor much younger than myself. He was explaining the troubles that he and his wife have had getting their travel-trailer repaired. The dealer that sold it to them would never repair it properly or would tell them the manufacturer would not fix it. After they went to the Safety Board of Canada with the issue the manufacture was forced into a recall and the dealer is no longer in the RV business. 

Before leaving the building I walked around to the other side to VitalAire and got some information on the medical equipment that we were trying to donate. Apparently this unit is so reliable it lasts forever and that people are buying these used units up online. Guess we’ll be selling it instead of giving it away. 
The view from the Seven Mile Bridge in March. 
For supper Kathy made a nice Spanish rice side to go with peas and Cole Slaw as well as the Spare Ribs that I grilled on the Weber. Everything tasted great and we didn’t overeat. 

The 6 o’clock news showed that we could see our weather to be returning back closer to seasonal starting this weekend and we might even see the sun tomorrow. We’re expecting the building handyman in the morning and I’ll be working with Ross on my To-Do list tomorrow afternoon. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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  1. Congrats to that man that didn't settle for what the dealer told him. That is the way things get done and people are made to be accountable.

  2. Nice that you weather is improving for you again, enjoy.

  3. 95 pints is a lot! (I suppose you don't use pints in Canada.)

  4. Dracula will certainly leave you alone, not enough blood to make it worth his while... :cD