In Kemah that is.
(So I'm a tad behind, but I am trying to catch up as best as possible.)
Waking up sick is not my favorite thing to do, especially when it's been several days now. But things must be done today, a very large amount of things. Because in 24 hours the dock lines will be cut. I have to clean up from the party. I believe it was 3 bags of trash, not bad considering the large amount of beverages consumed. And hubby has to do an engine service.
The sickness got the best of me for a little while and I had to lay down. Well ok, it got the best of me for about 3-4 hours. I slept through the entire engine service. But I did wake up long enough to hear something about very black stuff being cleaned out. Ewwwwww
Then it was up again to scrub the dinghy. Top, sides, bottom and oh goodness it was gross. There were a variety of disgusting colors that came off with the scrubbing: black, red, green, brown... But I scrubbed and scrubbed and scrubbed again until it was clean.
The bad thing about scrubbing the dinghy is that I was in desperate need of a shower and we were in a hurry to celebrate the hubby's bday with dinner at La Brisa with Jim and Elaine. So I had a first.... I took a garden hose shower on the dock (in my swimsuit of course). You might think it's silly, but I was pretty darn proud of myself!
Dinner was good and a perfect way to spend our last night in Kemah. Margaritas, tuna, good conversation and fun listening to band.