Casa Grande, Arizona
Sundance RV Resort
It seems like all we've been doing is eating. We had an appointment up in Mesa today.
Sandie Dixon gave us a call as we were driving up on Gilbert Ave. She wanted to know if we wanted to go to lunch. Now is that a dumb question? Of course, we'd love to go.
I never seem to have a good record at a restaurant. Even if we've been there before and had a great meal and service. The moment I suggest it for someone to meet us again at the same place, it's terrible.
Sandie on the other hand, has never failed at finding a good place. She did a great job today. She suggested Sal's Pizza in Gilbert, on Gilbert Road and it was great. I had a small antipasti salad. It was huge but I managed to clean my plate as we were taught as kids.
It was so good seeing Jim and Sandie. We didn't see the truck when we pulled up as it was backed in hiding the fish on the back of it. She sure has adapted to driving the truck. I wouldn't have backed into the spot unless I had to.
I have to say I out did myself on a great photo of Sandie. Jim seemed to be doing well despite all the surgeries he has gone through. He said he thinks his appetite is coming back.
Jim had two huge pieces of pizza. I'm sure it's something he doesn't have very often.
We are never at a loss for words when we get together and today wasn't any different. Bill and I haven't seen them since last spring. Usually somewhere in our summer travels we meet up, but they weren't able to leave the valley until August this year.
Hopefully, once Jim is able to drive again, they'll be able to drive somewhere other than a doctor's office.
Bill had his stress test yesterday. He completed the goal set for him and then did a little more. Of course, you have to make another trip to the doctor to find out the results of the test.
He was really exhausted from the test because he wasn't allowed to eat or drink before taking it. He did mention he thought he'd turn in early for bed. That didn't happen once he started watching the Cardinals play football which went down to the wire with a 23 to 21 score. He felt much better today.
This photo is for a private joke between Sandie and I.
We were talking about the great chicken breasts on sale for $1.77 a pound I bought. Then we talked about another subject that costs $3,100. I'll bet Sandie is laughing.