Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Rain....Rain...Rain

After complaining about rain a few weeks ago, I'm really enjoying it this week. It's a great break hot and humid summer. LOL  I LOVE the weather changes in Misawa. Texas seemed like one long summer - with a week or two of winter thrown in.  There were no long, cold, winter nights in TX.....I don't know that we need THIS MUCH change within one season, but there you have it.

Today I spent quite a bit more time on base. I ran to pick up the parking permit and show it to Pass and ID. I haven't a clue WHY, but they wouldn't let the previous owner out-process until I did this. They ASSURED me he'd be able to out-process now.

I visited three locations looking for a spot for our PWOC Fall "Rally".  Not sure we'll settle on that name, maybe. I hadn't realized it would be so hard to find a venue for a chapel event.  The complication is a congregation meets in the chapel on Saturday, so we can't use the chapel facilities as planned. I think it's going to be great, if I can get one of the locations on the North side...wooded, nice views....all in all it will be a blessing.  Although, at this point, none of those spots are open for our dates. I'll keep knocking on doors.  ::snort::

I continue to nurse my aching, itching legs....one swollen. They look better than yesterday....I'm taking Ibuprofen and putting as much Benydryl lotion on as allowed.....


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3 comments:

Renee said...

In Germany we had to do something similar when we sold our car and junked another - it's to prove that we Americans haven't abandoned a car

Cynthia said...

Did you ever figure out what bit you?

De'Etta @ Choosing Joy said...

A very tiny bug that lives in the grass. Americans have called it "nuclear bug" and "mysterious insect"....Akikosan said, "Living out here in the farm lands there are many mosquitos and night that will cause fevers." I didn't have a fever and got bit on base....so not sure really. LOL