JUST CAME in from the morning walk around the plaza, and I’m in a good mood, which is the norm.
It’s common to see people in bad moods. You can see it on their faces. Some are young with their lives ahead of them while I am old and my life is mostly behind me.
No matter. I’m almost always in a good mood. Maybe because it’s too late to worry. That time has passed.
Coming in from my plaza walk, I poured a glass of green juice and sat on a rocker here on the veranda and looked around me. It was so nice I decided to share.
The camera was just inside the door, sitting on a table.
We haven’t had one hard freeze so far, which is rare. It could still happen. The peach tree would be shocked because it’s full of pink blooms, thinking it’s springtime.
You’d think that plants and weather would be better coordinated, that they’d have meetings or something.
I shot the video for you, my internet amigos. It’s both a mood piece and a brag piece. It illustrates what’s possible with a little planning, a modicum of money and courage.
As I type this, a couple of hours later, my child bride is downstairs frying chiles, the punch of which is wafting upstairs and almost bowling me over. That happens.
You sauté raw chiles, and you’ve got a fight on your hands.
She’ll dump them in the pot of beans that will accompany the roasted chicken on the menu for lunch.
Roasted chicken, beans and rice are good for the mood.