IT’S CHRISTMAS EVE DAY

Woke up this morning to the sound of rain, it’s another cloudy day with a bit of a fine Washington mist now coming down. Not enough to get you wet, and it’s warm.  I decided that I need to swim more or I won’t be in shape for Sharkfest in Troncones on Jan 10th. So at 7:30 this morning I went to Playa La Madera, just a short walk from where we stay and swam 3 laps out and back around a sailboat anchored out.  This is to become my new morning routine.  I can walk at other times, but there is almost no one at the beach at that time of the day and it is close to my normal home routine.

Since our TV service is not currently carrying the Senor’s favorite channel, I’ve learned to stream it from another source.  I use the word learn loosely, more like just plain luck, but it keeps him happy and informed.

View of the angel
View of the angel

The Senor decided he needs a new white shirt to wear with his dress white shorts for our Christmas Eve dinner so we will do some brief shopping this morningOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAand hopefully check in with the sand artist as I hope this rain hasn’t damaged his work of art.  Meantime we are playing Christmas music on my I pod and enjoying our little Christmas display, feeling just “Christmasy” enough.

Met with success on our shopping trip,  the senor got his new shirt and I learned that a “bolsa” is not only a bag or purse but also a pocket. Checked in with the sand carver, I’m so impressed. It’s been fun watching the progess and so glad the rain hasn’t hurt his work of art. He  has brought me much enjoyment
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Tonight we will join friends and enjoy a Christmas feast at Daniels, and enjoy the music of Jimmi Mamou  FelizeNavidad from our casa to yours.  Signing off KO

Our Christmas display
Our Christmas display