Casa Grande, Arizona
There's a lot going on, but we haven't been attending. Bill has had some back issues again and hasn't felt well enough to ride in a vehicle.
Polly and I went to the Chapter 45 meeting on Wednesday. They had a great turnout, there were just a few empty seats. It was great seeing some of the people we hadn't seen since last year. Joe Knox, President, was going to have the annual meeting changed. Surgery was postponed by two days, so he'll be able to be there for the meeting in January.
I guess I'm disappointed in the members who haven't registered for the Escapade. They'll travel halfway across the country, but won't go to one in their own backyard. I passed around the seminar list to show people there are many different seminars but you could tell they weren't interested. I know there are no hook ups left, but there are many nearby parks if that was an issue. I keep saying Escapees is an RV club. Why wouldn't you want to learn RV stuff? If nothing else, it's a great place to meet old and new friends.
I was disappointed that Bill didn't get to meet a fellow blogger--Diane and Andy. Diane came up and introduced herself to me. What a pleasant surprise. It's so nice to finally put a face to people who make comments. Check out her blog: http://thehitzels.blogspot.com/
It was nearly dark by the time I got home. Bill was snuggled in bed sound asleep. It's been a long time since Polly and I have spent any time with just the two of us. I have no idea where the time went.
We were invited to dinner at the Creative Cafe on Thursday but once again, Bill declined as he said he wouldn't be good company.
Bill and I had planned to go to a Christmas luncheon in Tucson yesterday but Bill just didn't think he could do the drive and then be seated for awhile. There's a local party tonight and Bill is feeling much better, but we'll pass and give him one more day of rest.
Tomorrow is his prep for the colonoscopy which is scheduled for Monday. After that he'll be able to take some aspirin if his back still bothers him.
You'd think with missing all these food events, I'd lose a few pounds. Nothing! Bill is finding that walking is the best cure so maybe we need to be doing more of that. I also promise there is no more furniture to move.
He really does seem to be feeling much better. We still haven't decided what day we'll head west. I guess it will be time to check out the weather forecast. I think I feel an itch coming on. Do you think I caught "hitch itch" again? You know the only cure for it--keep those wheels moving.