Yes, time certainly does fly by. We had visitors from Germany for a couple of weeks, and I got to go on a wonderful trip with them to S. Padre Island (if you want some beautiful Texas coastal water to swim in, this is the place! The La Quinta was a awesome hotel and right on the beach - literally. Walk out past the pool and your in the ocean. It was sooo amazing.) Our friend D loves to swim in the ocean like I do, and we spent all Tue from right after breakfast till about 5pm swimming in wonderfully beautiful water. I was sorry that Paladin couldn't get out of work to come with us. We also then went up to San Antonio and enjoyed the beautiful River Walk and the tour of the Alamo. It was nice to see more of my new state, and find some places to take Paladin to when he can get away.
Life with Paladin continues to be awesome. Sometimes I stand at the top or foot of the stairs and simply marvel at my life here with him. I have never lived so compatibly with anyone - ever. So many times we say the same thing at the same time. Arguments are almost nil, and not because I get to trump everything.
We have taken up a new hobby that I had started in Calif, but had not pursued since moving. We got re-inspired by our visiting friends, as they practice their hobby all over the world, and that is Geocaching. Thur on our way to a local munch, we planted our first cache ourselves, and were delighted tonight to see it got published. And then, on Fri, on our way to dinner, Paladin asked if there were any cache's in the area. Sure enough, there looked to be an easy one right around the corner from the restaurant, and so off we went after dinner. It was a lot of fun, and it's had us giggling like kids. Here are a couple of graphics I came across today that I liked a lot:
Gosh it's late and I better get to bed.
I wish all well out there!