3/14/13 Thursday at Columbus, TX (Colorado River Campground-TT)
Up late, then worked on the blog after our morning routine, until lunch. The weather was so beautiful, in the 70’s, that we just spent our afternoon outside reading while we heard the birdsong, felt the gentle breezes and saw the different butterflies. Sigh. It felt like a butterfly day – lazy, gentle, drifting, enjoying lovely bits on our way. By the way, John is reading “Seabiscuit” by Laura Hillenbrand and I’m reading “The Memory Keeper’s Daughter” by Kim Edwards. Both excellent books.
I found this little guy (Black Swallowtail?) on the ground, already dead, so I thought I’d share. Some have yellow dots all along their wing’s edges. The blue near and at the tail is beautiful as they are flying.
The big moment of today was when we picked up our FedEx package at the Activity Center. Our microwave tray had arrived by 2:30 pm!! To celebrate, John cooked his Tator Tots using the convection oven. We’d been cooking a roast in the crock pot, so supper was a simple affair.
Lovely, restful day.