Hint: they were not that adventurous. I mean, I would much rather have been hiking in the mountains in a western state. But, oh well, I’m sort of stuck in flat Florida. I probably should get the bunion fixed and my knee replaced first. My right leg is kind of a mess. I’m still ambulatory. So, that’s good.
This will mostly be photos. Photos taken by me.
First, I discovered these interesting looking kombuchas. And, they were BOGO.
I transplanted three plants: my first mini roses, my sad, newest mini roses, and my kolachoe. After some research, and texts traded with my friend, Pat, I decided to get some neem oil.
Sunday, Vickie let me take her car to Home Depot in Oviedo to get my neem oil and a doormat. The mat is for use with my Simply Fit board. I need to put it on carpet, or a rug to work out on it.
Doormat World. I almost missed it cause I was distracted by all the shiny refrigerators. My favorite one was only a little more than $3,000. It’s hell having Venus in Capricorn and not being wealthy.
Miraculously, I only spent about fifteen minutes in that immense store. I can’t believe that people manage to exit without the help of search parties, which are heavily utilized in western states. It seems like in Oregon, they are used at least once a week to pluck people off of Mt. Hood. I recall it got so bad, in the 1990’s, that the state was thinking of implementing what amounted to a stupidity fee for those people who went exploring and had refused the use of trackers and other tools, who later had to be rescued.