“Work is never work”  Stopping in for a little webmaster business, Alma does not let me go without a huge freshly made salad from her garden. She even grilled chicken in her tiny galley kitchen. I might have to head over to Jos. Bank for larger trousers. So I come away with a happy web customer,  full belly, trim hair, and shaven neck.  Can I move in?  – jim

Columbus Day

My home away from home is a happy place even on a rainy Monday.  With my personal webmaster in Da’ Houz, cleaning up an exploded honey container in my handbag was so much easier.  Maybe I’ll hire him to do shampoos  : – )  Then my old friend Panos called from Greece.  It was so nice to catch up.  Family and friends make my world go ’round.

We’ll update the website, stack product on the shelves, and Jim will do something to my email to make messages I never read so into certain mailboxes.  In case I want to read them.  Someday . . . 

This morning leaving for work the garden looked especially … comfortably healthy?  Resigned to a rest, off with the old,  its soul slumbering beneath the soil for a few months.  “No big deal”, they tell me, “We do it every year.  And sure enough, you do see us in the spring, don’t you?”.  But to you, please do not wait until the spring.  Your new style may just change your life.  Off with the old  ~

An area cat has found shelter on our porch out of the blowing drizzle.  I’m not sure to whom he belongs, or who he has perhaps adopted … 

So it is now time to work.  Thanks for joining me.  It’s great to catch up …  ~ A.