I also get started on my blog post for the day and maybe check Facebook or read some other favorite bloggers I follow. Then I load pictures and see what I can use for the day's post. My assumption is most want to see pictures rather than just read my commentary. I have read others who mostly write with very few pictures and they write VERY well... Two come to mind:
Nick Russell whom I have followed for a couple of years on Nick's Blog and also of the Gypsy Journal fame and
Connie and Tracy of who write Gypsy G'Mas. (We met these two women at the 2009 RV-Dreams Rally in Kerrville, Texas.)
Yesterday while sitting at my computer near both windows, we saw our little furry friend who lives nearby.
I got the clothes lines set up first for Pam and as I was washing the Roadrunner, she hung the clothes out.
Then I started washing the RV - I connected my three hoses and attached the spray valve before I dragged it up onto the top of the roof.
We stopped by the office here at Haas Lake RV campground to talk with Ruth about painting some picnic tables and volunteering. She said the painting wasn't going to work out because of liability issues with non-employees. But she did offer to let us help them put together their spring mailing of 7,000 postcards. We signed up to help on Monday.
The rest of next week is shaping up: On Tuesday, we secured positions volunteering with Habitat for Humanity - Oakland County and will be looking forward to working at the construction site all day. On Wednesday, Adam is off and he'll be at Meghan's again. We may go see here for a couple of hours - we'll see. On Thursday, we have doctors appointments to check out a few things.
We made a trip to the Wal-Mart nearby for some vegetable seeds and also got a couple of brackets for hanging a water hose in the tank bay. We also found a Red Box movie dispenser and picked up 'The Informant'.
That was our Roadrunner day -- thanks for viewing! Hope you have a great weekend.