I hope everyone had a safe and Happy Christmas. We had a wonderful low key holiday with Bruce's Parents and our son, Stephen. I know Christmas isn't about the lights, shopping, presents, glitz, and glamor, but this year just seemed so weird. So many things were missing from our usual celebrations, mainly church, and our other son, Patch and his fiancé, Brittany. This year Christmas just wasn't the same. Yes, I have Christmas in my heart, but not being able to get out and see
Saturday I went on an adventure. I went golfing, so Chris, GOLF does not stand for Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden. I have been on the green before but it had been a long time since I swung a club. And when I did go it was for a very relaxed charity scramble, skill wasn't necessarily a prerequisite, as long as your pockets where open you could attend. Mom and Dad have had a winter home here in the The Villages, Florida for almost 10 years and the year before that they rented.
Ocala National Forest will have to wait for another time. Last week I mentioned I hoped hubby and I would venture out of The Villages and into the woods. I found a trail about an hour away that peaked my interest, part of the Florida Trail. My very first Appalachian Trail hiking buddy, Andrew, hiked the FT so I wanted to go check part of it out. After one review on the app All Trails, I decided, "NOPE!!!" The review written only a few days before my reading it, simply stated
We were supposed to fly back to Maine today. But those plans changed a few days into our vacation. I reserved a table at the Ellsworth Mall Craft fair for this coming weekend and hubby had to go back to work, but we decided we didn't want to travel home only to turn around and fly back down for Christmas. It wasn't worth the Covid risk. Bruce will work remotely just like he does at home and I will find creative ways to promote from here. This author thing is quite the adventu