Happy friggin’ Monday! Nothing like a great toke n’ soak to loosen the rusty muscles and crunchy bones. Sometimes, I feel so good that I forget and start to dance with my cat Taco draped over my shoulder and do a two-step and then almost lose my balance and fall over. Yeah, I was headed in the Cat Lady direction and still think we have room for more cats in-house, just saying…
Last year around May we took a road trip to Arizona. It was a blast. I was just about to start a new job, the one that just let me go as a matter of fact because of my illness. I happened upon the file this morning when I was looking for something else. It’s funny, you know that saying about the tree falling in a forest, does it apply for photos too? If you take them and no one see them, does it exist? It was a just a short trip, but it it was a good trip. We both learned so much about so much. We laughed, we talked and we talked. My hubby’s child was graduating!! There was a packed house and limited tickets. So I had to find a spot off by myself. I hardly ever call out for divine intervention as I felt a little alone in that big stadium, but at that moment it happened and I spotted her. There was a little girl in a pink dress and what a picture and what a sight for her and for her to dream about her future.
The next day we did a little sightseeing before we headed home. We had stayed the night in Williams, Arizona The Gateway to the Grand Canyon at the Grand Canyon Hotel. It was more of a bed and breakfast and very quaint. We arrived late in the evening as I recall and our key was in our room waiting for us. I didn’t get any pictures and that card is sadly damaged. We did walk around after breakfast and before heading home so I could get a few shots of the town as it truly was a Kodak moment at every turn.
Oh yeah, here is another thing about me, I have a strange fascination with farm equipment and heavy machinery. My dream is to operate a big crane or back hoe or oooh oh an excavator!! When got into Scottsdale, Arizona the day before there was the most gorgeous sight I have ever seen!
We made one pit stop in Lake Havasu on the last day of our trip. I was tired as I am sure hubby was as he did all the driving. We didn’t go down to the bridge but drove to a parking spot where could see the bridge.
We are heading back to Arizona in September. I am looking forward to the adventure and to seeing old friends. It is always great to have something to shoot for and to work toward. I did walk my farthest without my walker this morning when I went to the hot tub. It was like a small victory. Am in pain? You betcha! Am I gonna do it again? Fork yes!
Well the Decendents just loaded, time to go for a walk even though they are singing Everthing Sux today it really doesn’t.
See you around again and thanks for stopping by.