It's been fun but I do need a break to get back to blogging and not to mention...mowing... the grass is almost knee deep.
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The last two months we have spent 16 days either in practice or performing. Our ukuleles entertained the Red Hat ladies and the Exxon Club of Retired folks with Hawaiian while four retirement and nursing homes across the hill country heard Hawaiian, Western, or Spanish music. Today we are playing for Happy Hour at Horizon Bay, a vibrant retirement home where my MIL moved the first of this month. She has taken part in Tai Chi, the writing club, and has started a chair hula class on Saturdays where she packs them in for mind & motion exercise. They are already planning a tour to share will other groups in the area. At 92 she is still hard to keep up with!
Along the road in my neighborhood is this tree sprouting a cactus. The trunk is a great example of strength and endurance. Bent with deep scares, lifeless limbs that remind of past life. While returning home yesterday I spied the yellow blossom amongst the prickly disks of green.And you know the quote that popped into my head...