Whew! What a day it is in D-ville...hot and humid, with sizzling temperature in the upper 90s and beyond! But, we went out anyway this mid-afternoon because Freny was insistent that we go out and not just stay put at Tintin's. I , for one, am comfy, chillin' out here at Tintin's...where the AC is very efficient and effective. Thank God, we're alive and well, and feeling the summer heat!
So, yeah, that's what Freny and I did---go out, drive around D-ville, stop by at a Realty Office, and shop at a nearby store that sells assortment stuff, etc.
At the Realty Office, by Piney Forest Rd., we were able to talk to Pat, one of the female realty agents. We just inquired about some stuff related to realty sales, etc. She took our phone numbers and e-mail address and assured us to get back with us next week or two. She reminded us to check our mail for she'll surely e-mail us regarding houses available for sale in the area. Got the idea here, my dear folks and friends? Just a thought, we're kind of contemplating purchasing a small house (sort of a vacation house or a rental house) here in D-ville, if we qualify.
Back to our parked Sienna at the parking lot of the Realty Office, what a hot, simmering Tuesday! As soon as we got into our van, the temp indicator registered 105 degrees Fahrenheit, initially! As Freny was starting our van, the temp went a little bit down to 103 degrees, then 102, after we've turned the AC on, and then eventually it became stable---upper 90s, 98 degrees to be exact.
From there, we drove to a store where we bought munchies, canned goods, a ceramic vase, etc. On the road back to Tintin's apartment, Freny and I have been munching, nibbling sweets, and salty snacks.
It was past 6:00 o'clock p.m. when we arrived at Tintin's...tired and kinda sweaty! What a relief to be inside the cool, cozy apartment of Tintin! Thank you, Jesus!
My dear folks and friends, check out the photos I've taken this afternoon...Hope you liked them as much as we love sharing them with you all. Thanks for all your compliments.
This is all for now. Thank you all for your time. Until next time around. Take care and have a peaceful day, everyone! As always, I pray, "May God bless US and keep US safe from harm always!"-chris a. quilpa, 16 July 2013