Hi Jen, 4 numbers for me today. Had a trip to the dentist today to get my partial redone after I had a tooth pulled awhile ago. Not very exciting, Last week we had a visit from my oldest son Robert and daughter-in-law Diane and their dog Sherman. They were here for 5 days and we had a party with friends and neighbors. They brought some good wine from Sonoma California where they live on a vineyard that Diane manages. Til tomorrow. Naomi
It is hot, hot, hot. With some of the kids getting out for the long weekend, and than going back next week for 3 days and some school are saying tomorrow is their last days, it is confusing. I thought today was Friday. I am glad I have one more day to see if I get a bingo. Watched Dirty Dancing new version last night and liked it. It was almost like the original one, but they added a few more songs, and dance numbers. The ending was different but I liked it. See you all tomorrow.
Oh wow so that's why I got a bunch of lives from you in Bubble Witch 2 tonight. Some games don't have a friend list for that particular game but just all your friends, so I appreciate the lives but do you play the games regularly? If not you don't have to worry about helping me out. Thanks though.
The canal water did not cross the street yesterday. Today, the high tides are an hour from now. Already some of the water is trickling onto the street on the canal side. On Friday, high tides will come in at 5 pm Hawaii time (6 hrs later than East Coast, 5 hrs later than Central time etc...) This tidal water level will be the highest. The King tides--as this phenomenon is called--will recede after Friday.
Here's a news article from the Seattle Times: King tides expected to bring coastal flooding to Hawaii (Originally published May 24, 2017 at 4:44 pm) By The Associated Press
HONOLULU (AP) — Federal forecasters warn that Hawaii’s shorelines will likely flood over the weekend as record-level spring “king tides” combine with a large summer swell.
The National Weather Service in Honolulu posted a statement Wednesday warning of coastal flooding and erosion across the island chain for the holiday weekend. South shore beaches like Oahu’s Waikiki are most at risk.
An ocean swell is expected to build from the south on Friday and continue through Memorial Day, generating advisory-level waves for south-facing coastlines. Combined with the highest tides of the year, known as king tides, forecasters expect water levels in Honolulu to reach peak levels Friday and Saturday evenings.
A similar tide was experienced on the last weekend of April, when Honolulu reported its highest tide on record.
I haven't got one of those yet. Between the smart phone I've had for 2.5 years and still only use for texting and talking, and my kindle for reading I don't think I can handle anymore gizmos. Oh, the very old desktop PC and my laptop. LOL!
My daughter uses a tablet, who knows, maybe one of these days.
Glad you are liking it and that it is working out okay.