Ahh, life is good.
It took me several hours to get my house and barn straightened out after my vacation. Hubs and the boys lived like bachelors while I was away. No one bothered to pick up a shovel in the barn either……hmmm.
My manicure still looks great…my pedi too. It’s too chilly in Oklahoma for sandals which is sinful since my toes look so purdy.
The view from my lounge chair….
no coconuts….except for the nut taking photos from below.
Nice place! I want to live there 24/7, 365 days a year.
“no place for horses“, they say.
I say, “make room for horses!”
Watch out for sharks. 2 of my sisters going into the sea.
Left – Right: J,K,KR,M
I took this photo on our last night in Florida…sniff sniff.
Our last evening, we picked up our adopted sista KR who lives in the Historic district in downtown Orlando FL. and we went to dinner.
KR’s home is beautiful. The house is old and simply gorgeous, on the historic homes tour. When hurricane Charlie hit, my sister J, from N.MI, was there in the house all by herself. KR was away on business, J was visiting FL, Charlie took a suprising veer North and smacked Orlando. My sister J can say she survived Charlie.
I am well rested and revived after my vacation. I feel great. My sunburn turned into a tan. I have a nice glow.
It was great to hang with my sisters. My sisters are the best ever, I consider myself very lucky to have them. I miss them already!We laughed so much we should have received a citation….we ate a lot and I drank a lot, not enough to pickle my liver tho.
I called home from the Orlando airport while waiting for my early morning flight to DFW. Bubba answered the phone, “mom, dad said call back later. the tornado sirens are going off in town!”
Springtime in Oklahoma.
I called my family back during my layover at DFW while awaiting my flight to Tulsa. They went to the cellar and all was okay except for tree limbs and flooding.
My flight from DFW to Tulsa was a rough one. No one was allowed out of their seats, flight attendants included. I was glad when we finally landed. I am not a nervous flier but one of my seat-mates was. Otherwise all my air travel went well. I was fortunate enough to sit with some good-looking businessmen who always helped me with my carryon luggage and waited for me to exit my window seat. nice!
My equines were happy to see me, it warmed my heart to hear Scooter’s whinny. Wee was happy with his MinnieMouse and Bubba was happy with his gator t-shirt. We saw real alligators in Lake Jessup but none of us had our cameras ready-dang.
I am back in the saddle.