One of the highlights of my morning is when Bruce brings me a large coffee with milk and Splenda. The other is that Lulu is the snuggling queen of the morning. My life would be much less spectacular without her.
Sometimes I get the blues on Sunday night. I think it is a leftover from when I didn’t want to go back to school.
My niece is a remarkable young woman…just saying.
My mother has done an amazing job since my Papa’s death. I am really proud of her.
In the past few weeks I have been in the ER twice with a pinched nerve in my neck and a foreign object in my eye. I’ve also had a cold. And I’m done now.
My cottage garden is at its best just now. I have to get a pic.
The other day we went to the Naval Hospital so I could go to a follow up appointment with the eye doctor. We could not find our car in the very large parking garage afterwards. Instead of freaking out and frantically searching for the car in the heat and humidity, this time I did something different. We went back in and had scrumptious breakfast croissant sandwiches with bacon and eggs inside which nearly made me swoon at the Dancing Goat Café. The goat is the Naval Academy Football Team mascot. An “old goat” is also a term for a Chief Petty Officer, quite apropos in this case. We read magazines from the NEX convenience store. Bruce read about the surface of Mars. I learned how to make Vietnamese steamed spring rolls. Then we called a cab. Best eight bucks spent EVER. We waited until the evening , drove back, and picked up the car when the garage was nearly empty.
I am no longer a rookie officer. I finished my first year with very good evals. I am proud of myself.
The other day was such a lovely day on the Eastern Shore with my family. I am blessed, blessed, blessed to have them. We went to Scoops, an adorable ice cream shop pictured.