It’s warming up here in the desert. It’s been in the upper 80s the last couple of days and it looks like it’ll stay that way for the next week or so. The good news is that the humidity is very low, so it’s not really uncomfortable. We’ve run the air conditioner a couple of hours the last two afternoons, but the rest of the time just having the windows and roof vents open is comfortable.
Sometime in the next few days I need to run around to some of the local RV parks and drop off a few bundles of sample issues of the Gypsy Journal before all of the winter visitors fly the coop, headed out on their summer travels.
I had hoped to get the shopping cart buttons set up for all of our back issues of the Gypsy Journal yesterday, but I’m afraid all I managed to do was get five years done, 2003-2004 and 2010-2012. I’ll try to get the rest done today if our Verizon signal cooperates. I’d call Verizon to complain, but I know what they’d tell me, they’re upgrading the system in this area. Just as they have been in Elkhart, Indiana; Mission, Texas; Clermont, Florida; and every other place we’ve been in the last two years.
During the afternoon we ran over to visit with Terry’s parents for a while. It looks like we’ll be getting together with her parents, her two sisters Dani and Lisa, and Lisa’s husband Jim for a family dinner on Saturday. I’m looking forward to it.
We left Terry’s parents about 6 p.m. and decided that since we liked J&M Chinese Restaurant so much when we tried it the other day, we’d go back again. And it was just as good as the first time. We’ll definitely be introducing Greg and Jan to this great place when they get here in a few days.
Back at home it was back to work on the back issue shopping carts until about 11 p.m. Then I stopped to write and post a new Bad Nick blog titled Let’s Talk Responsibility. Check it out a leave a comment.
I’ve had a bunch of people asking when my new book, Big Lake Blizzard, will be out. Terry has edited and proofed it, and now Chris Yust is going over it a final time. As soon as she’s done I’ll make any last minute changes and upload it to Amazon. Hey, does your insurance agent proof your books for you? Talk about good service!
Thought For The Day – The secret to happiness is a good sense of humor and a bad memory.