That is, we often get together with friends on Hump Day, though without the camel, thank you very much: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxCVtEeJnZ
It seems that all of our local friends are baby-sitting their grands (you know I’m not referring to pianos, right?), so that the adult children can go out on the town and, well, date on weekends.
Some friends get invited to cruise, without a hidden agenda, but fully disclosed one: to take care of the grand kids.
Thank goodness for fulsome wholesome day care aboard cruise ships. I’ve seen those kiddie care groups about when we cruised: pirating to search for vaguely buried treasure, cluttering the putting green, or swarming the gelato booth. Larry and I wished that we could join them – we are not good with at-sea days, without adventures to stow.
I am glad for the reprieve of middle of the week evening with friends – better than what I’d felt we’d fallen into in a previous post. Our health and well being is stable, with a little help from our friends. https://www.pjcolando.com/social-life/
What’s your social life like, Constant Reader? Got any juicy stuff to pass on? I need blog fodder (wink-wink)