Golfed on Sunday and watched football. Busy packing (or, at least, thinking about it) for most of the day. Monday we were hard at packing and Lois arrived in the afternoon. Lois was our next door neighbor here before she moved to Charlotte.
Went to a breakfast on Tuesday with the Korean veterans group. A few WWII vets and I was surprised by the number, like me, who served in Korea after the armistice in 1953. I joined the group and will see how it works out.
Met with our insurance advisor on Tuesday and switched our Part D to move from $58 to $13 a month. Also attended the men's water volleyball tournament that day: not on a team so we just watched. Gene Fales is back in town for a few weeks so they stopped over on Thursday.
October is Muhly grass month here in The Villages. A little late this year but most of it has turned pink. Backing off water volleyball to once a day mostly due to appointments (medical, financial and medical insurance) but also because we get too tired and sore after four hours.
After wishing our oldest the happiest of birthdays we drove down to St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa to sit with Janet while Craig had a knee replaced. We saw him for a few minutes before he went up, kept Janet company during the surgery and left as he was coming out of recovery.
Alesa was invited to dinner with Tracy and Jackie at Disney and I was invited along as her chauffeur. We drove down today to Disney Springs and had dinner at Morimoto Asia.
Many of the snow birds are back from Erie so October was the first meeting of the season last night (Always the second Thursday of the month). This is usually the 'Ox Roast' meeting but we had a 'Poker Run' instead.
The Erie Club is starting back up with meetings in October and the board met to plan the upcoming season. October is a Poker Run with Pizza but we like to have one meeting with 'professional' entertainment.
Can always tell when September is here because the lovebugs show up. Not too bad this year but still a nuisance and will be gone in October. Golfing and water volleyball continue to take up our time but doctor appointments are running a close third. So far only great news.
It has been an interesting few days as Dorian came towards us. Everybody was busy getting ready for the worst and many things closed to include all of The Villages facilities.