It's been an insane day!
Got up early for a mammogram at Tripler Army Hospital. No problem.
Went to the Base Exchange pharmacy to pick up my meds.
Went shopping for food at the commissary.
Back home to drop off groceries.
Went out again to my aunt and uncle's house to pick up a book. She had mangoes for us which we couldn't take because it would cook in our car.
Next stop was Slumber World. We decided to look for our bed frame there since very few stores carry an Eastern King frame.
Then we went to Home World to see what kind of bedroom furniture they had. We have to find furniture that would match the frame we saw at Slumber World. We did see a possibility.
Back on the road and across the highway to Sears. Looked at treadmills. Got more confused.
Got a new watch battery for Art's jogging watch. That was easier.
Back to my aunt and uncle's house for the yummy mangoes they saved for us.
Crashed... I mean I took a nap... a little one.
Got dressed and went to Don Quixote Supermarket to look for flowers with Art and Mom.
Got hit by traffic going into Honolulu. This is why people prefer the outer islands.
Visited the Nuuanu Memorial Park to bring flowers for my grandmother and father's graves for the Obon season.
Met my nephew, Barry and his wife Miho and my brother Dennis and my sister-in-law, Nancy at the Himalayan Kitchen in Kaimuki.
They were all treating Art and me to a belated birthday dinner celebration. This has been the best birthday. We've been celebrating our birthdays for the past month. Yae!
The curry samosa and garlic nan were fabulous! However, my mother and I got full from eating these delectable appetizers.
It was great being together again. The Himalayan Kitchen was quite packed despite the fact that it was a weekday.
I fully intended to take photos of the food when it first arrived so you could see how it looked, but everybody was so hungry, I totally forgot and we dove into the food.
What a terrific day!
People ask us what we do since we're retired. I'm never quite sure what to answer except that somehow we've managed to keep busy.