Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Glorified Camping


 This is what I call our living situation, 
Glorified Camping.
Most of our furniture has been moved to Idaho.
(Yes, that's painting items on the floor.)
It will be different when we make the final move.
We'll have all the comforts of home.
No more paper plates!

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This week has been busy visiting with friends 
and favorite places.
 I met my girlfriend, since Junior High, for lunch. 
She has always given me roses as a gift.

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Next day I spent at the beach.
Oh, what a beautiful day!

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 Carillon Point, 
my favorite place to wander, sit and enjoy.
That's just what I did.

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Another friend and I "hit the streets" of Redmond.
After a year of construction,
 Cleveland Street had it's Grand Opening.
The canopy of lights, is the new cross walk.

Lots of people were walking up and
 down this beautiful, lite up, street.
Even the side benches light up.

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More time with Trey.
And more selfies!


PS; Tom has worked his final day.
 He is now retired!


"Be on guard. Stand firm in the faith. Be courageous. Be strong."
1 Corinthians 16; 13

10 comments:

  1. How fun to be retired with you! Time to put the finishing touches on the new adventure! :)

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  2. It's to the countdown now. Wow!

    Your roses are gorgeous. And the walk on the beach so beautiful.

    Wishing you joy and comfort....
    Brenda
    xox

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  3. Happy Retirement to you both!

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  4. Won't be long now. Glad to see you enjoying your time with friends. Tell Tom I wish him a happy retirement!

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  5. I look forward to your future posts as you discover new favorite places in Idaho.

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  6. Congratulations on retirement. I'm sure you will be happy to be settled into your new home and just enjoying yourselves.

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  7. I know you are savoring these last days and all they hold and mean... and looking forward to the next chapter to begin!! blessings ~ tanna

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  8. Oh the empty room...and then ending with the precious picture. Oh, I just pray blessings on your new venture. Retire..oh my husband turns 61 in April and we know we will never see retirement...LOL

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  9. Hi Christine so nice to visit, Congratulations on your move to Idaho, I can relate to moving away from grandkids, whether it is us or them moving! Thinking of you as you begin this new adventure!
    Blessings,
    Sue

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  10. Hi Christine ~ been out of touch for a while so forgive me if I don't quite know what is going on. Gleening that you are retired and moving ~ God bless and hope all goes well for you . . . . ) Eddie x

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