The meds seem to be working – YAY! Thank you, God, for giving men the ability to cure disease. I am grateful for antibiotics and other medication. Still coughing and my chest/throat hurt when I do, but it's getting looser and that's a good thing.
The main thing on the calendar today was lunch with Larry & Babs Cameron. We met Larry & Babs at Rainbow Plantation in Alabama last year. Larry is the park chef and Babs is the park's goodwill ambassador. Larry's position is an acknowledged, paid position while Babs' is well, just Babs. They are both fantastic folks who always have time to speak to you and to lend a hand, if necessary. Babs makes beautiful jewelry and has pieces for sale at the park's monthly craft & flea markets. It is a joy to be know them.
We met at Ruby Tuesday in Wilson which is about halfway between Winterville and their home in Zebulon. As is usually the case with RVers, there was no awkward, getting-reacquainted-time, we just hugged and fell right into conversation. Before we realized it, an hour and a half had flown by and it was time to say our “see ya laters.”
I did get a couple of pictures, though! I always want to do that and often forget. But not this time.
The weather has finally broken a bit. We had a good thunderstorm yesterday with it easing off into just rain. Today has been overcast most of the day with a few rains showers. It's still humid, but nothing like earlier in the week and the temps barely got into the 80s today. Big change.
Dan & Deb are due back late this evening. We'll be getting ready for our departure early Friday morning. I think the four of us will go out to dinner one last time tomorrow night. Then, it will be time to say good-bye until November.
Okay, I'm a little tired from all this excitement. :) I'm gonna chill the rest of the evening. Randy's looking forward to re-installing programs on his computer. He had it in the shop the last couple of days because it froze up on him last Friday. So, now he gets to put it back the way he wants it. Hopefully, it's all better now.
Good-bye, June. It was fun while it lasted. Until the next time . . .