Monday, October 31, 2011
AND Happy Anniversary to our lovely daughter and son-in-law Tom. They were married 12 years ago (hope that's right) on Halloween. Congratulations to you both! They are the parents of our grandson Ronan and we love them all!
It is pouring down rain. . . I mean pouring. I heard it over the fan in the bedroom before we got up and it has continued almost non-stop for the past two hours. I am glad when we came here to Camelot park that we chose a site with concrete and up a slight incline. I don't think we will have to worry about getting flooded out, but the people over on the grassy/sand sites could be in for a little mud.
I certainly hope the rain is done this week so our son's wedding will be able to be held outside as planned on the 11th. Plans are progressing nicely. The kids have planned everything, but tensions are mounting as the date draws near. There is a considerable amount of last minute stuff even when all is planned out and they are both working long hours in the days leading up to the big event.
We have been working at tidying up the house and we decided to do some painting. Terry has hated the green color on the walls in the living/dining room and I am pleased to say that it is completely gone now. We are also painting the great room and it is close to being finished. After that is done, we are pretty much finished. I will try to keep up with things in the house for them until next week when we move up to the Hampton when Mom and Dad get here.
Last week one day we took a drive up to Cocoa and got to see the Disney Cruise ship at the dock. I didn't get a very good picture of it. The best picture is from the bridge and they kind of frown on you stopping there to snap a picture. Hah! So I had to settle for a blurry shot. It's is absolutely huge and quite impressive.
Well, sometime this morning when the rain lets up, we plan to head over to the house and try to finish the paint today. We get to dogsit for Jax as well, but he is a good dog and does his best to stay out of our way.
Till next time. . .
Posted by Dale at 7:18 AM