Forecast = Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 70s. Southeast winds around 5 mph becoming south in the afternoon.
Linda and Jim did go to Walgreen's yesterday to get Linda's prescriptions refilled. Well, actually they just went in to order them and will be going back in the next few days to pick them up. Other than that, not much happened around here.
Laura worked at the hospital in Daytona Beach yesterday and will be working again today, Ashley is back to work at Home Depot and Anna has gone back to South Carolina so she can go back to work at the bank and at Lowe's, so none of them were able to stop by. Not too many people were out and about here at the park because of the cool weather, so there wasn't anything going on here.
A real slow day, leaving me with almost nothing to write about! : (
Jim's been reading blogs on the Internet, but many of the RVers who write those blogs are at a park for the winter and not traveling either, so many of them don't have much to write about. I would imagine that most of January will be the same with many folks staying in one place for the winter.
Well, I'd better quit my jabbering for now. If anything happens around here, I'll be sure to let you know. ; )
Did you know that inspired by an old Scottish tune, the song Auld Lang Syne (meaning 'the good old days') has become the National Anthem of New Year's eve celebration? The song is traditionally sung at the midnight on the New Year's Eve in almost all English speaking countries of the world. The lyrics to the song Auld Lang Syne were written by the poet Robert Burns and published after his death in 1796.