I am on a little vacation in Florida. I came here with my sister. We are staying with my sister’s, sister-in-law and brother-in-law. They are such wonderfully nice people that I think if all of you figure out where I am and show up, they will offer you a glass of wine and breakfast and see where they can fit you to sleep.
I thought I had better do a blog and catch up before we go out on the boat today and I take another 50 pictures.
This is my room. It did not come with the beer bottle and the box of kleenex. It is lovely and as I am typing this I am watching the sunrise from my bed while looking out my sliding glass doors onto the lanai.
They feed me things like Ice Cream with homemade hot fudge & red wine. 🙂
This is by the 8th tee on the gold course behind their house where my sister and I walk. If you look very closely you will see HUGE birds roosting in the trees!
Sadly, this is me. I could not get warm the first couple of days.
This is my sister at the same time. Doesn’t she look good in her hat?
Their home is beautiful and I feel very very comfortable here.
More Golf course shots.
Always feet for Nina!
My first Florida purchase. I got on the plane in Detroit healthy (well, you know) and got off with a full blown cold! Not even a little cold. I big ass giant cold. Today is day four and I think it moved into my lungs. I don’t know for sure because I’m afraid to breathe too deep. Bastard cold!!
Christmas at a Florida farmers market. Wonderful! My sister and hostess picking up tomatoes. And the handsome fella in all blue with a dapper cane is our host. If you had told me that I could be this comfortable staying in someone else’s house I would have said you were nuts.
Yes, she did make the towels look like duckies. And there are fresh flowers in the bathroom. Come on!
Oh wait, did I mention she is a fantastically good cook AND they’ve been eating vegetarian all week with Erin & I?
Off for a cup of coffee (from freshly ground beans of course) then into the shower so I can look presentable for the boat trip to the park. With a stop to scope out dolphins in Lemon Bay.