And let me tell you why I don’t always get a post up in time to actually publish it on Friday. (Although you know I have a lot to meander about!)
I’m at the Old Homosassa Learning Center almost the entire day on Wednesday and Thursday.
Thursday is the hardest because it starts with an hour and half of yoga, then a mad dash home for a shower and lunch. Back by 12:15 for Sew Cool! Workshop. Followed by two hours of volunteering with the after-school program.
Not complaining. That’s what I want my retirement to be.
But sometimes I just don’t want to sit down. Have a glass of wine. And fall asleep. Oh wait, that’s what I’m doing now!
The kids at the Learning Center were particularly trying this week. Probably cause they were excited that…..
Next week is Spring Break. Did you hear all of our volunteers go WHOOP!
Sad. But. True.!
Three volunteers plus our after-school coordinator. Three days a week. And we are all wiped out by the end of those two hours.
Yes. I need a wee vacation.
And let’s continue talk about happy news!
Shrimpapalooza! Saturday! Parade! Beads!
SO MUCH FUN!
So many other things going on. This is Banjo Camp weekend. I’ve gone three years. Decided not to go this year. A little sad.
It’s also “Mermaid weekend”. That’s when all my mermaid friends get together in Cedar Key for the art show. (Yes these are real mermaids. From Weeki Wachee! Not my imagination!) Thought I’d go up on Sunday but right now I’m leaning towards sleeping in then having a Bloody Mary!
But I’m staying home so I can go to the Shrimpapalooza on Saturday.
If you lived here. You. Would. Too.
Tim Dorsey. Famous Florida Writer. Is. The. Grand. Marshall. of the parade. Which is mostly golf carts and local people! WOO-HOO!
And there’s a festival afterwards!
We’ll be at the Old Mill Tavern for Biscuits, gravy, and Bloody Mary’s at 8 am. Parade starts at 10 am.
See you there!