What a Great Day!

Monday was about as perfect as a day could be. I’m too pooped to write much, so instead, using a series of bullet points and emojis, I’ll share my experiences:

  • Dressed in my πŸ‘™ and a long πŸ‘š
  • Drove to the post office to mail two πŸ“¦ πŸ“¦
  • Cast a πŸ—³ for Gwen Graham for Florida’s governor in the Democratic primary
  • Drove to St. George Island 🌴
  • Ate yummy scallops at the Blue Parrot 🌊
  • Set up a chair on the πŸ–
  • Watched 🐬 🐬 frolic in the 🌊 🌊
  • Ran into πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ from Tallahassee on the πŸ–
  • They gave me a bottle of πŸ’¦
  • Visited with a nice lady from Georgia who shared her β˜‚ with me
  • Got a bit of 🌞 on my lily white skin.
    Ate 🍦on the way home
    Showered and petted two anxious 🐱 🐈 upon returning 🏠
    Getting ready to eat dinner with a🍴
    Really must go now, so I can chow down, but there’s no emoji for leaving. There is for πŸ‘‹πŸ» πŸ‘‹πŸ», though.
    ✌️ , people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

9 thoughts on “What a Great Day!”

  1. Well,it made perfect sense to me, and I am really jealous. The closest water to where I live is a brain eating amoeba infested lake. 😦 let that sink in for a minute as I remind you I live in one of those red counties. I miss California, but really, the beaches were so cold near where I lived, I had to travel a minimum of 2 hours to get to a warmer climate (Santa Cruz), but really I went to Capitola, but no one has ever heard of Capitola unless they live in the Bay Area.

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    1. One of my childhood friends died after swimming in an amoeba infested lake in Texas. She had just graduated from pharmacy school and was planning her wedding. Freaking amoebas!
      And I spent summers with my cousins in California. Thought I’d freeze to death when we visited the San Francisco zoo one summer day. I’ve actually heard of Capitola!

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