We didn't get to boat over to Safety Day at Rio Vista, but we still had a good time. It takes about two hours to boat over, but only about 20 minutes by car. Way more fun in the boat. We also went to a wonderful prime rib dinner at another yacht club Saturday evening. It was an all day adventure with lots of great food. Boating and food just go together. That's not always a good thing either.
Seymour is behaving pretty well lately. He knows he's heading back home the first of May so he's preparing for his departure. He's also been warned by his human that a long lecture is in order before he is allowed to travel to Arkansas. I wonder if he'll behave better there than he has in California. We shall see. He has most of his fines paid off from the drunk driving conviction, but he's a ways to go on those four babies him and Julia Sandstone are having. His financial obligation will end with them being adopted out so that's good news. I just can't understand why Julia Sandstone doesn't want her babies. Anyway she's due any time now.
The weather is very nice of late. All the buds are gone and replaced with green leaves. We have spring early here and that's just fine with me. I'm not in shorts yet, but I'm wearing a short sleeved shirt and my flip flops. It's warm and life is good.
Have a terrific week everyone.
1st customer: "I'll have tea."
2nd customer: "Me, too. And be sure the glass is clean!"
(Waiter exits, returns)
Waiter: "Two teas. Which one had the clean glass?"