Oh dear, it seems the grey skies of the Pacific Northwest Fall are beginning today. The older I get the more I dread the grey skies. It wasn’t always this way for me, but the feeling grows and grows as the years go by. I need to start taking Vitamin D. I think fish oil is something I’m supposed to take for the lack of sun too. I need to look into that.
I’ve always envied those that can travel to warm climates when they’re cold and cold places when they’re warm. What a luxury! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to say, ‘Dah-ling, I just can’t take this rain any more. Let’s fly to Florida!’ Perhaps I’m watching too many old movies on TCM.
Maybe, when we reach retirement age, Rob and I will live someplace that’s warm more often than not. There are so many places I’ve never been but would love to check out. I’ve never been to Hawaii, so that’s on my list. I’ve always wanted to visit South Carolina and Georgia. I’ve seen gorgeous neighborhoods on-line that seem to come from a movie set. Savannah looks amazing and I feel compelled to see the Okefenokee Swamp with my own eyes. (If only for the chance to say ‘Okefenokee’.) I like to be by the water and Georgia is filled with lakes and islands to visit. Who knows, we may end up in a beautiful retirement community in Georgia! Yes, I’m planning a head just a bit, but it’s nice to be organized.