The water decided not to come out of the faucets this morning. Fortunately, I discovered its reluctance before I had put shampoo in my hair and my morning dip in the pool had already refreshed me.
I asked my go-to-it neighbor, Will, if this was a common occurrence. He informed me it does happen but not predictable. He didn’t know why it happened and said it always came back on eventually.
I contemplated the issue of having reliable utilities all afternoon and decided that here in CR it didn’t really bother me as long as I knew I would have access sometime.
I’m not sure I would be so tolerant in the USA if my water stopped flowing or my electricity went out. I wonder why that is?
Did I mention the iguanas that occupy the vegetation around the condo? Some are quite large – chicken weight and some are bright green . They walk with a certain regal bearing up and down the Palms and even on the road. They are also protected by the law. So, cars and bikes have to stop for them.
I also noticed that there are no crawly bugs in my condo and I rarely see any in the yard. I do have a midnight blue dragonfly that hangs around the pool and several yellow butterflies. I like that the bugs stay in their own environment.
I got to Skype with my brother this morning and show off my new sun kissed tan. )
Hasta for now, Dianne