I have been fascinated by the many different types of cacti I’ve seen since we’ve been here. Today I only worked half a day and took a taxi home (more about that later), so I decided to walk around Mission View RV Resort and do some photographing… Continue reading
I last wrote on Monday and so much has happened since then… Continue reading
I packed a lunch and went to the H&R Block office this morning at 9:00, bound and determined I was going to finish the online training I still needed to do. It took me almost all day, but I am now trained! Continue reading
This morning, Mark wanted to stay home and work on his motorcycle. I went to the “church” that meets here in the park. Continue reading
We’re here! Thank you to those of you who were praying for safety for our trip. I had a training to get to at 1:00 today, so we felt a little rushed. We left Phoenix at 8:50 am. The temperature was 49°. Remember me saying I didn’t think I was going to need a sweater until I got back to Wisconsin? I’m re-thinking that! The temperature got up into the 70’s this afternoon, but when I came out of my training it was cooler and more comfortable. Nights in the desert are colder, so I’m not putting my sweaters away yet. Continue reading
My sister finally got out of the hospital last Saturday and is well enough to drive again. Mark and I have been job hunting this week. Mark was hired today for a job that is a perfect match for him… Continue reading
So much has happened since the last time I blogged. We have been having issues with electricity and internet, so now that I have both, I can get you all caught up…
Today was my last day at Seaquist and my last day at Tea Thyme was about a month ago. We have a little over a week to go before we hit the road in our RV. I thought this might be a good opportunity to reflect on lessons learned this summer. Continue reading
I have already begun thinking about next year’s employment, and in fact, I have a new part-time job lined up for next summer. Last year I went through the training to become a Certified Tourism Ambassador and I love talking about Door County, so what could be more natural than working in the Ellison Bay Information Center? Here is something from the newsletter my new boss, Mickie Rasch, sent out: Continue reading
When I was a kid, my friends and I used to sing a spoof on the National Anthem:
O say can you see any bed bugs on me?
If you can, pick a few, for I got them from you!