Just got back from the pool and now sitting down to a hot bowl of vegetable soup to warm up. The water was warmer yesterday, but I was still a bit cold by the end of class.
Was on Caribbean Weather this afternoon and they had some lovely shots of Grand Cayman Island; makes me want to visit, the water looked stunning. When they were announcing the weather, Joey Stevens and Bob the parrot sent a wave and a hello to all their friends in Belize and the islands off the coast. Sending you both a hello and a wave back from Ambergris Caye.
Recently Paul and I decided to track our spending for the month of December. Every day we have faithfully been writing down every penny we spend in my notebook. For the last 5 days our grand total is $169.45. That includes: a few groceries, cigarettes daily, 1 cab ride to town, 2 aqua-fit classes, coffee at perk, four 5 gallon water jugs, 6 tostadas and 2 newspapers. How’s that for frugal. I’m sure after the next 2 days (weekend of the boat parade) our weekly total will jump up.
Shout out to Kimberly Dellamonica in San Mateo CA. – I can totally see why “Knock Knock it’s Nate” contest chose you as a design contest winner for O Magazine. Loved your tropical paradise home getaway.
What do you see in the clouds? Please feel free to leave a comment and share.
4 thoughts on “Sky Painting”
Hey Darcy nice to hear from you. Aquafit classes have really got me in shape – I figured even at 41 it is not to late to get a bikini body ha ha. Good you are enjoying Saigon am checking out your link now.
hey miss lorry hello from viet nam! i just checked out a few pages of your unfolding story and seen a pic somewhere of your bod! holy cow girl you look better than ten years ago! glad things are good. everything is very good here in saigon.
i got kind of a blog/news thingy going too, come by sometime, nobody but me posts, but you could send a shout out sometime!
I see the outline of “Trumpets come back to the island, you didn’t drink all the beer!”
in number 6 i see two long skinny arms reaching out to hug something