I am excited I just got an invitation and it is another first for 2010. I can’t tell you what it is right now but you will know soon enough.Â Was a busy morning at the taco shack Cindy stopped by to wash her polar fleece for her trip to Arizona and she asked if we had anything else to add to the load. Paul threw a few of his things in and unfortunately there was a kleenex in his jeans pocket and that linted both their black fleeces up.
I set to work with a lint brush and packing tape to clean hers up and did the best I could for a round 1 – outside only.Â Even though managed to clean it better than it started out – I am sure she would still look like she was wearing a constellation under a black light. I was just glad it was not me who goofed – I am not a pocket checker and gave Paul my word I would do my best to either get in the habit when I did his laundry or not do it at all.
Heather and Taylor went to Caye Caulker to drop some Direct Abundance Donations off at Ocean Academy. Since it is such a nice day (triple nice for them compared to Canadian weather) I mentioned they should go down and lounge at the Lazy Lizard for a bit – I am sure the water will look gorgeous today and they will be in heaven there. Jo and Mike coming by to hang out for a bit.
Remember folks it is triple minutes day with Digicell when you buy a $50 card. Anything less is double. Tip Lime Bar and Grill always has lots of minutes on their machine.
I have a shout out from my Cousin Erin to Sharon from Burlington. She gave you my blog address while she was waiting to get oil in her gray jeep Cherokee. If you read this can you leave a comment as she can be in touch with you. Also a shout out to Cindy congrats on getting your captains license too – women are taking over the seas.
Heather said they loved Caye Caulker – the split -Â lazy lizard and Taylor was in awe of the water color. They took lots of great pics but unfortunately do not have a camera chord here soÂ you will have to wait to see them.
For today’s pictures I decided to post some sky shots.