Took our weekly trip up to Sebring this afternoon. First stop was Walmart to buy a gun cleaning kit and some ammo for Rich's new Ruger 9mm pistol. His new holster arrived a few days ago.
Next stop was Home Depot, where we had to pick up a couple of 10 foot pieces of treated lumber for the dock, a quick stop for gas ( down to $1.89 !) and then off to Lakeshore Mall.
With the Senior Rate, the cost was just over $12 for the two of us since it was before 4:30. We saw the movie 13 Hours which is a story about the Benghazi attacks that took place back in 2012. Mixed feelings/opinions on the movie. I thought it was a powerful movie, and it had me in tears. Rich was not as impressed me, saying it was not what he had expected. I will just say that I would believe the events as relayed by the survivors of that day, and the words of the parents of those brave men that died that day, long before the story provided to America by our then Secretary of Sate, Hillary Clinton. The movie is presented as a True Story.
By the time we pulled out of the parking lot it was 7:00pm, and we were hungry
We don't do dinner and movie very often, so today was a nice treat!
Forecast is cool for tonight, down in the 60's, and only getting up to the low 70's on Sunday. And the rain chance tonight and tomorrow is over 60% . Not looking too good for much activity outside!
We also received very good news from our New York friends, Dean and Cherie. They are moving to Florida the first of February. Cherie has been suffering with liver cancer, and has been told that she should be able to have her transplant within the next couple of months. We, and all her friends, have been praying every day for her to get this good news.