Fall is here in Southern California. Few trees change color, but the land just seems to get browner while the nights give us great outdoors sleeping weather. Most of the homes built here in the 1920’s and 1930’s not only have California Coolers in their kitchen, but they have sleeping porches.
We couldn’t sleep outdoors on Catalina Island, but we can now here at home. We are unpacked and delighted with our mini vacation. You should have heard two of us just-home-from-vacation friends in the pool this morning.
“I ate deserts every night on our eleven day cruise,” a tiny lady told me with a giant laugh.
“Only four deserts for me,” I replied. “But you should have seen my key lime pie wearing a mountain of whipped cream.” I should have photographed that.
Fall is here with our travel forgetteries too. We should pack to a list. At least I remembered my hairbrush. I always forget that. G forgot the USB cable and ear phones so he could play quiet games on the computer and download pictures. We forgot the sunscreen.
I forgot the password for Great Curves. Not only do I post images for the Discovery Shop on Facebook, but I post images on Great Curves too. I did carefully download the latest pictures from my desktop to the laptop for both stores so I could work while we were gone. No password; no Great Curves pictures for four days….darn.
We didn’t care….that was the best thing of all. We got what we needed and had a wonderful four days in the sun.