I started mowing at 8:00. The tropical sun was out by this time and it was hot. I set a moving goal to mow until 9:00, then 9:30, then 10:00. At 9:50 I had to give it up. I was so hot, sweaty and thirsty. And I started feeling chills. So I pushed the mower halfway to the house, then went to my cabin and drank a bottle of water. I laid on my bed and wiped sweat for about 30 minutes
At 10:30, I put on my big, floppy hat and weeded in the pineapple bed for 30 minutes. I'm such a wuss. John works from 7:00 to 11:30 without any problems
|Airing out my sweaty work clothes and drying my towel and washcloth.|
Lunch was coconut water, grated coconut, papaya, mango, locquat, avocado, banana, and star apples. This was my first time to taste a locquat. It tastes like a cross between a peach and an apricot.
It's always a pleasure to get a friendly e-mail from a friend.
My camera is broken. Inanimate objects know when you talk bad about them. Yesterday I said my Sony Cybershot looked chunky up beside John's new Nikon camera, and today the Sony Cybershot will not work at all. I probably won't buy a new camera until I get home because I don't want to buy one with an Australian plug. John has two cameras now...ha ha. He is letting me borrow his Lumix.
I practiced my flute after lunch. Then I studied my lesson on Pediatrics about children during their school years. I couldn't get an internet connection, so I was not able to type the lesson in Google documents.
The new client arrived this evening. His name is Eddie, and he lives around here somewhere close. He drove over to fast. He and John have known each other for years. Eddie has been here many times in the past to fast. He was already fasting when he arrived, so he greeted us and went to his cabin and went to bed.
Supper was cherry tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, sauerkraut, pecans, and a date. Sky and Leon came over with their computer. They were able to get on-line. I took my computer to my room and watched the first part of the DVD Piecing it All Together. The first part was The Biology of Perception by Bruce Lipton.
I finished my scarf...my first knitting project. Maybe I'll wear it home. When I leave here in December it will be summer in the tropics, but when I get home it will be winter.
I read in The Millionaires. It's a good, fun story.
To health and happiness.
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