|Just to prove he does not just sit around every day|
Tom washed the truck.
Then took the time to polish the chrome.
|I had decided not to post any more pictures of the sky |
as the sun sets for awhile.
Then the sky started turning a beautiful pink and I decided
maybe just a couple more pictures.
|I had walked over to try and capture the sun dropping |
behind the mountains. When I turned to walk back
to the Crusader the pink was gone and
the sky had turned this lovely shade of blue.
January, 28, 2016
After lunch today we headed over to Buckeye and Walmart. I ran in to pick up a few things and Tom sat out in the truck, the real purpose of our trip, paying bills. Though we have WiFi here at the park it is an open one and we do not like to use it when doing any banking. Unfortunately, for us, our personal hotspot is spotty in the park, to put it nicely, so off to Buckeye we went. We were about to head back home, when Tom finished, and then decided to head over to Five Guy’s for dinner. So in the end not a bad day our bills are paid and we had money left to have hamburgers.
(Note to self: if you are using Google Maps and “Matilda”, that is what we named the voice, tells you to take a certain exit listen. She may be trying to take you around a traffic jam. To verify the exit we needed to take I had checked the directions and then “Matilda” changed her mind and said to take a different exit. I shut her off and we kept going into what soon became crawling traffic due to two accidents. Luckily are exit was the next one but a couple hours later after we had finished shopping and ate dinner the traffic was still crawling heading East on I 10.)
|As we drove East on I 10 towards Avondale you could see a |
brown haze covering the mountains towards the Northeast.
|We are from the UP I could not resist snapping|
|Heading home the sun was gone but we could still see |
a beautiful pink along the horizon.
I took this through the front windshield heading West on I 10.
“Happiness isn’t the art of building a trouble-free life.
It’s the art of responding well when trouble strikes
Happiness is a way of life – an overriding outlook
composed of qualities such a courage, love and fulfillment.
It’s not tiptoeing through the tulips of la-la land, and it’s not something that changes every time your situation changes.
It is nothing less than cherishing every day." ~Dan Baker, PH.D.