Trying new things

Sometimes tacoboy tells me I do not like change. It is not necessarily that I am opposed to change or new things but it is always an adjustment period to learn a ‘new way’ of doing something when you are used to the ‘old way’. Take the new Mozilla Firefox 4.0.1 upgrade for example. When I got offered the option ... Read More »

Industrious Sunday

Another early morning for me. While I like being up before tacoboy and having the house to myself – sometimes it can be a pain as I have to keep quiet ha ha. Now that he is awake I am tackling a handyman  job and changing locks – a new closet lock and  front door one. I will leave you ... Read More »

Clean it up

Was up at 5:00am today and really wanted to hit the beach for some sunrise shots but I just could not get it together to move that fast. I decided to tackle wiping down the cupboards [we were sprayed for wood beetles again] and get some work done. Hoping to make it to Banyan Bay beach Later. Message for anyone ... Read More »

Develop your Eccentricities

I think David Ogilvy was  bang on with this thought – Develop your eccentricities while you are young. That way, when you get old, people won’t think you’re going gaga. I am feeling very TGIF today – decided that my best course of action was to get up early – get as much as I could done then take off ... Read More »

Palapa Bar Sunset Party

I have been doing a million and one things this afternoon and finally found a minute to start blogging before leave my desk I tackle something else on my list. Back later I will leave you with a picture of the road of adventure funny joke slater sent me – 4 golfers were teeing off for a round when the ... Read More »

Ambergris Caye Chamber of Commerce

On Saturday, April 30, at 2:00 PM, a ceremony will take place at the Police Station to celebrate and make official the contribution of nearly $15,000.00 in goods, materials, and services collected by the Neighborhood Watches on Ambergris Caye for the express purpose of implementing a long overdue improvement in the living conditions in the police barracks. The following businesses ... Read More »

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