We got behind this car the other day. It's not a big car, but they have a big dog with a big tongue. Most of the side of the car is covered in dog slobber.
We have a new string of lights, which are extremely cheerful. They look like little hot air balloons, and coordinate nicely with the white and yellow lights. Many residents decorate their palm trees for the entire RV season. It's very festive.
Yesterday was overcast, which gave us a spectacular sunset. It was the first good one in a long time.
Today we learned something about Medicare - this is news all of the aged can use. As you know, Jim has been in physical therapy subsequent to surgery to repair his ruptured Achilles tendon. Since the beginning of November, Jim has also had a fair amount of pain in his left shoulder. It reached the point where he can't lift his arm over his shoulder. An MRI revealed it was not the rotator cuff (good), but there are some osteophytes impinging on the supraspinatus (bad). The shoulder, like knees, is an amazing collection of stuff wired together with tendons.
Anyway, there is a Medicare rule that you can only have PT for one thing at a time. So Jim has had to end PT for the Achilles (and we weren't really done), so that he can have it shoulder worked on. Fortunately he'll be seeing the same person, so if the Achilles starts going belly up, we'll have to switch back to that. So, your take home message here is to carefully manage your health issues in order to meet Medicare payment schedules. It's really kind of a pisser.
Other than this paltry offering, I have nothing else to report.