Friday, October 21, 2016
Where have I been? Just chilling out here at Casa Tipton-Kelly. Living the Life.
I was going to write about the third presidential debate but quite frankly, I'm sick of Donald Trump. I'm sick of his insults to not only Hillary Clinton but to the American public. I'm disgusted by his unAmerican actions. He won't honor the results of the election? Donald Trump doesn't care about America, he only cares about himself. He can't disappear from the national discourse soon enough.
So what have I been doing with my fascinating life since last Tuesday?
I've been taking my daily walks. My goal is to walk at least five miles a day. Sometimes I walk in my development and sometimes I walk on Oyster Rocks Road, which borders my development. The above header photo was taken during one of my walks to the Broadkill River at the end of Oyster Rocks Road. The video I posted is of my walk this morning. Notice the quiet. Oh folks, how I do love the quiet these days. So much noise in our daily lives, sometimes I just like to get away and have QUIET.
I worked at the hotel this past Sunday, switching shifts with my co-workers Monica. Thus I didn't have to work this Thursday so I had the luxury of having this whole week off.
It's been unusually warm around here. I've been wanting to plant my fall bulbs but I just can work in this heat and humidity. The weather we're having (80 plus degrees) is more like August weather than late October weather.
The weather is supposed to cool down next week. Hopefully I can get those bulbs in the ground before my birthday visit to Philadelphia on November 9th.
Yesterday I went for my second fitting for my two new expensive partial dentures. That was a long and arduous process getting those fittings. My dentist had to put a clay like substance in both my bottom and top mouth to replicate my teeth. He held them in five minutes then tore them out. I felt like he was tearing my face off. Oh the joy of looking pretty. Right now I only have one tooth on the left side of my mouth. I look like the hillbilly that I am. I wonder what my hotel guests think of me when I give them one of my big, wide semi-toothless smiles. Hee haw!
Well folks, I'm rambling now. Time for my late afternoon walk.