I got this morning at 6:30, had some toast, coffee and read the paper. It amazes me how much they keep up with the US over here. From politics to sports. As I was getting done reading the door bell rang and Mohommed, Jonathan's friend had come by to take him out on the town.
When they left I was able to have my quite time. I read the last two chapters of Luke. I'm always in awe at what Jesus went through so that my sins might be forgiven.
After my prayer time I decided because of the sandstorm I would exercise indoors. So I put 52 minutes on Randy's NordicTrack. It wore me out.
After a shower I went to the local market without Randy. There is one problem at the local market they don't speak English. All went well until check out. Apparently I fail to pay for an item at the one of the little stands they have inside the market. I tried to pay the cashier but he kept carrying on at me as if I understood what he was saying. He finally hollered at a bag boy and the bag boy went and got the man in charge of the stand. (He wasn't at the stand when I picked the item up.) Anyway I paid that gentleman and I was able to go on my way. It was a little scary.
I then went back to the City Center to pick up something I saw the other day for Katelyn, my granddaughter. Can't wait to see her mother's expression when I give it to her.
I left and met Randy at a little French cafe for drinks. I had a strawberry bannana shake (nothing like those in the states. It was just favored milk shaken up.)
Afterwards I went up to the apartment to finish packing for the trip home.
We are getting ready to eat supper (my last Patricia's meal) then we will be off to the airport.
It's been a joy but it will be good to be home (so the Rays can win again) in my own bed.
Thanks for reading