Saturday, May 29, 2010

Visit over

Bill and Lesle left today to go back to Trinidad for most of the summer.  We had a good time together last night.  Lesle and I drove to Wolf Creek Ski Lodge to use their WiFi, but it was intermittent at best, so we drove to the library in South Fork.

Later I made lasagna and with Lesle’s all encompassing salad, we had a good meal…Bill and I enjoyed a couple swigs of brandy…and we talked the rest of the evening about our plans for the rest of the year.


I’m reading Debbie Macomber’s Hannah’s List and it is very good. About a widower who is given a letter from his wife a year after her death, with the names of three women she wants him to consider to be his new wife.

I had to give up reading The Ender Series as I was getting lost in all the technical sci fi concepts…just couldn’t follow the plot line anymore. This is the first sci fi books I’ve ever read. The author, Orson Scott Card, has a brilliant mind and original sci fi concepts, but it is beyond me.

I’ve also gotten into the Twilight Series. Several of my friends recommended the books, but I was hesitant. I never, never thought I’d read about vampires as the concept doesn’t interest me at all.  But my friends said it is different from other vampire books and I should try it.  I was pleasantly surprised as the story line is intriguing and holds my interest.  I’m not one to read “coming of age” books, which this series begins with, but I’ll see it through, I think. 

I continue knitting Christmas gifts for our girls at night watching TV and read during the day.  The weather has been pretty nice the last couple of days so I’ll be sitting outside under the awning and reading or knitting…my most favorite place to be.

Hopefully, we will get in more campers for the holiday weekend.  With four of our campgrounds closing for two weeks at different times during the summer for renovations, we need to capitalize on every opportunity to bring in campers and have them stay as long as possible, especially the locals from the surrounding towns. 

Time to go outside and walk the campground so I’ll close for today.  See you tomorrow.

Remember, you are loved.

1 comment:

  1. Try reading the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris. Vampires & humor.


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