Sittin On A Porch

Sittin On A Porch
Our little back porch

Monday, April 1, 2013

Honey moons and happiness

We are back at home getting a few things done here before we head out on the next wee of our honeymoon. We spent our first week at Daytona Bike Week. We road the black cherry bike over and stayed with Hobbi and Col. Bill. The weather was a bit cold, but it did not seem to affect the girls in the little tiny clothing, they still got great tips, maybe better. The rest of us were crowded in so tight in the bars, it was plenty warm. Bug and I got to take some beautiful rides, and we also took it easy, bike week considering, and stayed home a couple of evenings just enjoying Hobbi and Col. Bill's company. They are so amazing. Hobbi had baked us a wedding cake and decorated it with chocolate shells and fresh orchids directly out of drinks at the Mai Tai. It was very special. They also had dedcorated our room, and was perfect!!!

The following week we headed over in the 5th wheel to the Spirit of the Suwanee Music Park for the 17th Annual Spring Fest. The weather was rainy and cold and we even had hail. I felt so bad for all the tent campers as we sat warm and safe in our condo on wheels. It did clear up on Sunday and now everyone donned their best tie dyes and although their had been dancing and playing and laughing and singing and love and peace, now it was enjoyed in te clearing skies and beautiful warm sunshine. There are so many fun people there. And just as eccentric as Bike Week, but where bike week is mostly black leather, Suwanee is rainbow colored. We got into the spirit and painted the golf cart blue and green with white clouds, and a touch of red. We bought hippie stickers and it looks wonderful. We drove it all over the music park.

At Bike week, it is not unusual to see people dressed in black leather with huge giant snakes wrapped around their body. At Suwanee we saw a 6 foot tall man dressed like Winnie the pooh with a light up hula hoop.

We had a wonderful time and I hope to post photos and more later, but I am struggling with my computer, and this is all I can get written. Aaargh computers.

Life is wonderful. Off the infusion chemo again, it did not work as well as we hoped. Still on the Tarceva

1 comment:

  1. I can honestly say that reading your blog is a truly wonderful experience... knowing that you have been so recently happily married, and that your honeymoon all went well too... shame that the flippin' chemo was not as good as you wanted, but at the moment you have all that love and joy surround you, which I hope helps a bit... AND we are all praying for you too, so it cannot all be bad** thank you so much for sharing, and a million and trillion congratulations to you and your new husband.. hugs from across the pond...janzi