I had a busy day yesterday.
Spent time completing the editing of the manuscript. Including the cover. Love the cover! Then delivered the materials to the publisher.
Spent some time at the bank.
Ran some errands.
It was 5 when I arrived at Don’s Place. It was there I met David and Sue. Visiting from a small community just outside London.
David is Erika’s uncle. Don and Key West’s David had taken the couple to play golf. They were just returning when I arrived.
I was introduced to David and Sue immediately. Nice people. In their 60s. As our conversation developed, I noticed Sue was a spunky lady. Good for her, I thought.
I referred to she and David as husband and wife. We are not married, she retorted. With emphasis. As the conversation developed, she let me know that they had met last September on line. Good for her, again.
An interesting couple.
Hershel was there, also. Erika was still at work. Claire, Stan, Jimmy, and Toni at the bar.
Teresa is a friend of my across the water neighbor Andrew. Andrew is the fellow who owns the MTV house. Teresa decided to move to the keys. She stopped her trip down in Marathon. Why, I do not know. There is nothing in Marathon. Key West is the place. Everywhere else in the keys lovely, but mundane.
Marathon is 45 miles north of Key West.
She has decided she wants to settle in Key West. She spent all day yesterday up and down Duval and other places looking for work, handing out resumes, etc. I admire her effort.
I ended up having a drink at the Chart Room with Teresa and Jean. Yes, Jean Thornton is back! Key West is a better placed when she is here.
Peter later joined us.
Che was in. We see each other seldom. I refer to him as a Cuban rebel. Actually, Che is a transplanted New York City Jew. Where he picked up the name Che, I do not know.
On the way home, I stopped at Publix. The cupboard bare again.
I was home in bed by 8. I lead an exciting life!
My radio show tonight. Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou. Blog talk radio. On the internet. Nine in the evening. One half hour. I talk bout whatever moves me at the moment. www.blogtalkradio.com/key-west-lou.
Tonight, I suspect I will be discussing what a lousy job it must be to be President. One headache after another. Plus, the Secret Service Service, the Venezuelan Ministry of Supreme Happiness (I kid you not!), Saudi women who defied the driving ban, the intelligence fiasco, and I do not know what else. I probably will not have time to hit all of that which I would like to discuss.
Join me. The show is interesting and many times revealing.
Enjoy your day!