Nov 29, 2011

It is real tough…

…to get back to blogging.  Because of the internet being down and not doing a real post since Nov. 24th, my mind has become lazy!!  Not good.  Today I kept procrastinating, doing things like banking, bill paying, cleaning, organizing massages for tomorrow,  anything to avoid posting.  So here goes, best I can do for today.

Caeli had no choice but to be bathed after rolling in something on the beach.

Finally got around to doing some long overdue hand laundry.

We seem to spend a lot of time just watching this group come and go.

...and a great deal of time watching a big ball of fire sink into the ocean each day.

After just a day we got our first oriole visitor.

That was shot through the RV window hence the white reflections.  Some of my seeds have sprouted after only two days.  Life is good.  That exhausted me, time for vino blanco.  For sure I should be back to normal manana:)

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5 Responses to “It is real tough…”

  1. Marty says:

    What is it with dogs-they can find the most minute smelly dead thing and roll in it! My dogs can’t leave the yard, but they can find something.

    • contessa says:

      Marty…no se…they just find it and roll, really really fast!

      George….I think I just needed a break and took advantage of the internet being down……being honest here!!

      Elaine….gracias…..I just know that one year you will be parked next to us.

      Longdog2…you bet the horses leave presents behind….big time!!!

  2. If we don’t have the internet I type my daily postings in Text edit, then copy and paste to the blog when it comes back, and set the picture aside to insert , works good for me.
    Relax and enjoy the nice weather.

  3. Elaine says:

    glad to see your post…gorgeous spot your in for sure…love the pics…

  4. longdog2 says:

    Ah, yes–rolling in something smelly, a favorite weenie dog pastime. Could it be that all those horses on the beach leave presents behind? At least you can scrub them up outside.

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