I moved back into Floribunda Flair last evening; I'd been bunking in the ranch house with my brood. The kitties were happy to be back in our residence on wheels - it's really feeling more and more like HOME.
News for today: I'm giving a dinner party tonight - at the ranch - spaghetti feed and all the trimmings - for 16 people. It's kind of a 'bye-bye' for some friends and my daughter's family, even though I'm not leaving until late next week. Just want to have an excuse for a get-together.
Lincoln, black and white kitty, is really acclimating well to RV life; he scoots in and out like he knows all houses have different yards from day to day. Eleanor continues her vigil on the World from inside; the thought of possibly meandering outside doesn't even enter her realm of possibility. Lacy really could care less where we are as long as she's with me. I think this is going to be a wonderful experience for all of us.
Floribunda returned to the ranch yesterday, all tuned up and ready to go; now Petunia just needs to get her tow bracket and MP needs to practice towing an 8-foot long car. I'm thinking it's going to be a piece of cake!
That's it for now. Hope to snap some good photos this evening and I think two of my granddaughters, Avery and Tate, will be spending the night with Mimi in her new house. Here's a photo of a Poinsettia almost-tree, taken in Valle de Juarez, Jalisco, Mexico in March this year ...