No wonder Phil’s Camino has been under water. We just broke the all time record for rainfall in April and we have a week yet to go. Yike. Catherine and Dana are bailing on me, headed for Death Valley for this last week to find some dry. Hehe.
There’s that and then we had Ruben the Comcast guy here yesterday to revamp the system. Internet twice as fast now. Then there was a glitch this morning when it shut down and so this blog post is twice as slow, so it all evens out.
Coming up May 4th, the first Thursday in May is National Day of Prayer across the land. We have a local prayer service here at the Vashon Theater at noontime I think. My locals will have to make it because Felipe stepped up to do the keynote speech. Speaking on the topic of unity which we need more than ever these days. Yea, check it out, maybe you’ll learn something, maybe I’ll learn something.
I’m to back the hospital for treatment tomorrow, have to make the most of today. I’ll duck in and out of the rain showers to get things done. Thinking of Pilgrim Farmer John planting corn in Iowa right now. I think that the Dubuque Film Festival is about ready to start there in Iowa also. We were there last year for that great event. We won the Audience Choice Award, our first award. A good time was had by all.
OK, time to go get my jeans muddy. I see on FaceBook where muddy jeans are going for $400 a pair. I am so ahead of that.
Lovin you, Felipe.