This morning I was feeling a little bit better and finally felt like getting online. So, the morning was spent catching up on Journal entries and returning emails.
With Jay & Karen at work, we did our work ... in our pajamas. :)
Later, Linda went to the grocery to replenish our empty cupboards and pick up some items for Jay & Karen. I continued to get caught up on emails.
Oh, and I promised that I would file a news report from a phone call with my parents. My 81-year-old mother got a speeding ticket today. Yep, she was driving my 91-year-old father to the doctor and, apparently, blazed through a speed trap. They nabbed her at 35 mph in the 25 mph zone on their street. My Dad thought it was hilarious and insisted I post it for all to see. :)
Fortunately, Mom is being a pretty good sport about it. And I don't think this will lead to further criminal behavior. :)
Atlantic Beach was hopping for a Monday night. Perhaps it was a sign of Jacksonville's recent ranking at the top of WalletHub's list of 2014 Best Cities To Start A Business.
After our lovely evening out, we returned to the house and called it an early night.
Today was another day much like yesterday. And I'm definitely getting better.
We did some work and watched a movie.
In the late afternoon, Karen's daughters, Caroline and Ginny, joined us for dinner. It was nice to get to spend some time with them in an improving condition.
Before the family left to attend an evening meeting, I got another phone call from my Mom. My Dad is in the hospital awaiting gallbladder surgery. It could be tonight, or it could be tomorrow. We certainly hope that will solve some of his mid-section discomfort, but we're quite concerned due to his age.
Jay & Karen returned and we said our goodbyes. They will be off to work before we get up in the morning, and we'll be leaving in mid-day.
As always, we appreciate being allowed to stay in their driveway and visiting. Big hugs Jay & Karen, and we'll see you again later this year. :)