I was about to take a walk down to The Point when the skies opened up and I couldn't see out the window (1) so I decided it was a sign for me to stay in. I put on the TV and there was Bette Davis (2) saying the rain would be out of the area in a couple of minutes and that the rest of the week we would have the usual 20-30% chance of rain every day. She doesn't lie and 15 minutes later the sun was out and in 30 minutes you couldn't tell it even rained!
I went outside and the first thing I saw was one of the beautiful Jacaranda trees in bloom-the same one (3) I take a picture of every year--and so I continued walking only to have a bird (4) land a few feet from me as if to say 'take MY picture' so I did!
Since I was there I decided to take a picture of me in front of my yacht (5)---someday Allen will have to take a look at it and tell me how big it is--and then before the help took off for a ride (6) to Karen Bay--I let them have it every Sunday nice employer that I am I took a picture of it just in case they had an accident! At night the top has an ongoing show of neon colors that really is beautiful.
I continued walking to the Bay and had to stop when I saw the tree (9) on the top of the house!! I looked again and took a closeup picture of the tree and house and it is directly behind the house! (They better chop it down before a hurricane comes!)
After that I went into the pool area (8) and sat for about a half hour feeling as if I owned the world--it was so quiet (guess all the old folks were taking their afternoon nap) and peaceful!
Before I knew it I had to get back upstairs to get dinner ready because the Tony Award show is 4 hours with the first hour on Paramount+ and then on CBS for the next 3 so taking a quick look at the Queen Crepe Myrtle tree in full bloom at the end of my walkway (7) I walked into my place and just felt great!