FOWC with Fandango: Climax

What do you do when you visit New York. You go for a helicopter trip over the town of course, although not exactly a good experience, but you do it for the sake of saying you have been there and done it. This was 1993 hence the fact that the twin towers were still there. This was my one and only journey to the States. We were there for a week.

FOWC with Fandango: Climax

Good Afternoon

I know, but it is a little too early for an evening greeting. Although on one side of my home we have sunny skies and light fluffy clouds, the other side tells a different story, As I was having my midday sleep I could here claps of thunder and afterwards rain falling. Mr. Swiss called me to stay at home today as the weather was so uncertain and he did not want me to drowned in the falling rain. The sun came out, but I had slept too long to go anywhere. The afternoon was pleasant for an hour but but the thunder has returned.

Home is also quite pleasant. It has been my/our home for the past almost 30 years, but now just one chair is occupied during the evening, Mr. Swiss now residing in his golden oldie home, but he is not so far away. I very rarely sit in these chairs: am mainly at the computer in the evening and being a golden oldie myself tend to retire to bed earlier.

However I can always see what is happening outside through the windows. The wheelchair outside remains mainly unused, but it is useful to have it – you never know. I have an electric wheelchair for excusions outside, although I mainly use ny scooter.

And now there are crashes of thunder again outside and the rain will soon be returning again.

I decided to treat myself to an ice cream to brighten up my afternoon.

The clouds on the other side of the apartment towards the mountains were not looking so friendly. I received a delivery of groceries this morning and are comfortable with my food supplies. Tomorrow morning it looks brighter and I hope to go into town. It will also be our vegetable and fruit market.

I hope your weather is a little more settled than ours.