Friday, January 15, 2010

72 and counting

Ahhh....finally a return to balmy...although it rained during the night and it was cloudy when we took our walk this morning. I'm in the clubhouse with wifi, catching up on Facebook friend, e-mails, and the blob. I'm posting whether or not I have anything to say, simply because it is such a pleasure on the computer. At night, I could come over here but we've been out to eat every night and by the time we get home, too tired to get back into the car. So, till I can report on whatever we do today, I'll post some pix that blogger wouldn't let me post the other day. (I must be wearing a magnetic sign that says "ASK ME TO CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER TO THE INTERNET" because some guy just approached me to do just that - and I did. I could hire myself out - LOL) West Palm Beach street near the museum. I couldn't resist this one! Nice way to advertise - with phone # included. Boabab tree (despite what you call it, this is what it is for me). From yesterday's walk - the leaning tower of Norfolk.Time to go to lunch - I think we'll head for Palm Beach and maybe Chuck & Harold's if it's still there. I will check back later.

9 comments:

Gerry said...

Glad to see your lunch will include veggies.!.!.

Eva said...

A young man tries to pick up an olive in his Martini, and it keeps spinning in the glass, he just cannot catch it. A lady asks him if she can help him, and pierces the olive at first attempt.
He replies: "No wonder you got it, it was getting tired."

Sherryl said...

Enjoy the lovely weather. I love the photos of the tree. I am researching some African trees for my next project. Have a drink for me... hold the veggies.

Karoda said...

eva is a hoot! and hey its balmy here today...reached into the 50's...(its all relative!)

Rayna said...

You are all a bunch of comedians. Thanks for making me smile!

wlstarn said...

Norfolk? as in Norfolk Island Pine? I've only seen those in large pots.

Debra said...

that viney tree is something else!

Gerrie said...

You encourage us!! You sound relaxed and serene. This is good.

Anonymous said...

Used to live around the WPB area. It probably has changed in 28 years. It's nice to see any pictures from down there!