Unfortunately for me, this time I don’t seem to be flawlessly flowing back into Bahrain time. I have spent 3 nights awake when I should have been asleep.
Before you send me an email with all the tricks on how to avoid jet lag, I have already tried them all. REALLY!
In Florida, I was decorating and getting a condo ready so D and I can stay there. Our lovely daughter BSB is expecting a baby the end of January or beginning of February. I am planning on being there from Christmas until the end of February so we decided to purchase a condo on the East Coast of Florida.
The decorating was work, but visiting with BSB was GREAT FUN. We shopped, talked and took pictures of “the bump.”
|The little bump!|
|My camel toy and Randy's first toy, the turtle. They were having a lot of fun. LOL|
|Brittany researched stroller's for a couple of months before selecting this one.|
|Our grandchild's first camouflage. He will be all ready to go hunting with Dad.|
For me one special part of the trip was being there on Halloween. I have not been around large groups of kids on Halloween since we built a house in the woods and BSB went off to college. It was great fun this year.
|This looks crazy, however it was even more crazy than it appears.|
On the airplane trip back to the ME, I had a very surprising sunset shot out the window of the airplane. As we were going over Kuwait, the sun was setting with a blaze of color on the horizon. It is not an excellent quality photo, but something I will always remember.
|My flight path returning home went right over Kuwait.|
|The most unusual sunset shot I have made.|
So, I am back in the saddle. Hot breakfast every morning for D and healthy meals every night. Last night I cooked my first lamb. It was not difficult but I think I will try a different recipe next time. This one was with pomegranate and a bit sweet for our taste.
|My first try at cooking lamb.|
You never know, I might become a cook yet. . . Ah, no way. Just not in my DNA.
|Added treat for you, here is the first sunset at our new condo that is on the East Coast of the US. Not bad. |