Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Still here....


Blog  entry..  

Early interesting Cars:

 I believe Cpl. Fletcher (USMC) had one of these in 1956.

For today:

I am going to try one more here on the Dell. I did take the time to write down the problems to tell Mr. Geek when I do get it to the hospital.


Today we do get to the DMV and our appointments for driver’s license address change, voter registration and hopefully Home Stead exemption.


We are in the outskirts of Leesburg, FL at our recently purchased Mobile home (House trailer, but it ain’t mobile anymore.) LOL

Sherry has been cleaning the RV shelves moving stuff out to the ‘house’.  She has washed our ‘sleep sacks’ and bedspread, sheets etc.  Imma thing she is getting it ready to sell,reckon?


I put Two fluorescent tubes in my play house.  Rerouted the electric in the small BR. WE have decided that will be our Computer room.

The motor home will be the extra bedrooms should we ever have company.


If these post the lower one was our first dining room set. Above is the one Mark brought to us.

All in all, life is good, we are well and enjoying ‘playing house’. We gotta plan our anniversary party for ‘me ‘n her’. WE have #64 coming up soon.  I remember when I thought people were OLD at a 50th anniversary.  LOL


This is our present computer table. It is our first dining table 'repurposed' as I hear folks say today.

I am enjoying reading you bloggers stuff and trying to comment.  Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate it.

                               Nite Shipslog

 Now lets see if it publishes.


Chatty Crone said...

Okay Jack - is this going to be your permanent home now of SC? Address change and driver's license, etc.?
Looks like your blog is good.

betty said...

This did publish! Wow it is coming up to your anniversary! 64 years is a great achievement!


Lisa said...

This did publish and back To looking like the shipslog.
I like the new dining room table. Looks like everything is coming along great. You will need to email me your new (more permanent) mailing address.

68 and rain

Susie said...

Wow, 64 years, get that girl a trophy...that is what I tell my brothers all the time. LOL Marriage is certainly a working partnership. I am wishing you and Sherry many more years stay safe there. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Slowly but surely you are getting there. Now for a few more pieces of furniture and you'll be good. Hope the computer doctor can help soon. But your post did good and you got in some pictures too. Not bad. Hope your new residence makes you happy. What more could anyone ask?

Dar said...

I'm glad things are falling into place for you. Your blog came thru loud and clear...another plus. You celebrate your anniversary with Bill's oldest BDay.
Wow, 64 is so awesome thru the ups and downs marriage brings. You two are different. It seems your love has overcome most every pitfall. So proud of you both for the awesome example you show. Have fun in your new-to-you home in FL. I know you'll be enjoying every bit of it.
loven'hugs from up in cold north WI. It's been freezing the past couple nights and I feel it in my bones. lol :(

Mevely317 said...

Sounds like y'all are having a whee old time, nesting once more. Thanks for sharing these pictures of your new home sweet Home. Looks good, and most important, cozy. Happy (almost) 64th!
Love from soggy Coosada,
Myra and Tom


wow, a new place. i'm out of touch. going to have to catch up to your adventures over the weekend. sounds like everything is moving right along and that you are settling in, one room at a time. i like the computer table. intimate and functional. take care.

boromax said...

Lookin' good, Jack. 64! That is amazing! Heheh - I will have my 65th birthday in a couple of months. Wife and I will celebrate 47th anniversary this December. Yes, I remember thinking it was incredible for a couple to live long enough to celebrate a 50th. Perspective changes, eh?