HOPE EVERYONE HAD A BLESSED EASTER SUNDAY
We spent our Easter Sunday quietly at home. Greg worked on our itinerary for when we leave here on April 15 and I did a little cooking for later in the week.
Earlier in the week we were pretty busy. We did the usual working and square dancing. One evening we took a walk through the resort to snap some pictures of the beautiful blooms coming out on all of the desert plants.
We still have the roses we recognize from the Midwest.
Lots of the pretty blooms I still can’t identify, but I do appreciate them.
This looks like a cozy home – probably don’t have to worry about too many intruders. One wrong move and its big trouble.
I’m interested to see what this becomes. We are supposed to have strong winds the next couple of days, it may not survive.
On Saturday we went to Sloan Field to see the Cubs get beat by San Francisco.
Greg was happy that the starting pitchers were regulars. But, the rest of the roster was a different story.
Our seats this year were straight beyond first base out in right field.
The weather here has been beautiful – clear, sunny and in the 80s and 90s. We’ve been worried about our friends and family in Kansas. The wildfires came within 20 miles of where David is located. The winds shifted and took the fires away from them – we were so thankful. They are busy helping friends rebuild what was damaged. If they still need help, we’ll try to pitch in when we get there mid May.