It's been awhile since our last post (2 weeks). Actually, there hasn't been a lot of "blog worthy" things to talk about. Steve is continuing his physical therapy for the calf muscle tear and is progressing nicely. It was exactly 3 weeks yesterday since the injury occurred and I can get around pretty well already. Now, it's just a matter of re-strengthening the muscles in the lower leg. Pickleball here we come!
Karen has gotten a chance to play Pickleball many times now without Steve. Something she enjoys, I suspect. She also began a drawing with colored pencils class a few weeks ago. For a first timer, I will admit that she's doing a pretty nice job.
Since I'm still limited in the amount of walking I can do, we decided to drive around the Palm Creek Golf and RV Resort the other night and view some of the Christmas decorations. Since this is our first Christmas away from the traditional sticks and bricks house, coupled with a totally new geographical area (Virginia vs. Arizona), Christmas will "look" very different for us this year.
Here's a "daylight" view of some of the decorations cropping up around the park.
Folks decorate everything. Palm trees, sheds, houses.
There's also conventional decorating around the houses.
Here's a look at the decorations in front of the same house, just different times of the day.
Casa Grande's temperature today is supposed to reach 77 degrees with clear and bright skies. I'll apologize to all of my family and friends back East, but we really don't miss all of that ice, snow, and freezing rain that I used to have to work in only one short year ago. This really is what the fulltime lifestyle should be all about.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!