It's been a couple of days since we celebrated Roger's 74th birthday. We had such a good time going for a walk at the marsh and at the beach, and then to a great dinner prepared with love by Roger's daughter Elena. So much fun to spend a birthday celebration with the kids and grandkids 'cause you know there's going to be singing and candles and fun.
For me the day was spent seeing things I love,
like Roger being feted, wonderful migrating shorebirds, and more crazy
views of highway mirages. I hardly ever take photos of family, so
there's none of that here, but the birds and mirages were grand.
Then, we left the marsh, came home, had lunch and headed back out for a walk at Samoa Beach.
I'm hoping to get a photo
of Roger refracted in a mirage and post that with him reflected in the
wet sands of a retreating tide. It's important to have goals in life.
Mine are small and hopefully achievable. And I am so grateful Roger is
such a willing model.
Wonder what we'll do next year?
By then, I'll be 65 and on Medicare and Roger will be 75. Two senior
citizens having fun everyday, that's what I think!
Roger and I both thank you for all the wonderful heartfelt birthday messages. Your good cheer was part of the very good day.