I started out at 10:00 this morning and it went from there.
My last stop was at a little tienda just down the street from where I'm kitty sitting to get eggs. I like to get those as close to home as possible since they come in bulk--no egg carton--just a little plastic bag--and I don't want them bouncing around in the cart for any longer than necessary.
By then it was about 3:30 and I started uploading my photos. It took two hours and one computer crash to accomplish it but I persevered and here they are.
A little email reading and writing, this blog post, some homemade chicken noodle soup for dinner, a little TV, and here we are, just about time for bed.
Isn't this a lovely day? Oh, and on the way from one place to another I ran into at least 8 people I know and chatted for a few minutes with each of them. It's one of my favorite things about living here--I've gotten to know so many people. I can't go out without running into someone I know.
I was going to pick out some photos for a few more blog posts but ran out of time. I may have a little time to do that tomorrow--then I'll write a few posts that I can schedule for later. I like to be able to set some up when I have the time and energy. If I didn't do it that way I'd end up with half a dozen posts on one day and nothing for a couple of weeks. It sounds like it's easy enough to do and I can guarantee, the writing is a pleasure. Picking out photos can be something a little different. I hate to admit that when I took photos of the Jora parade (my next few blog posts) I ended up with well over 1000 of them--no, I didn't accidentally put an extra zero on the end of that number. It takes a while to go through all of those photos and pick out the ones I think you might want to see most.
See you around.