Mea Culpa mis amigos... While I thought I solved all my email problems with the
last mailing, it turned out that I broke more than I
fixed. Such is the life of a retired I/T guy.
So, again, excuse the excessive emails.
And for those of you who are receiving this email for the FIRST TIME...
please ignore everything you just read. Despite what others may mutter...
I AM NOT AN IDIOT!
are really beginning to cool down a bit here.
Instead of waking up to 95 degree temps at 6 am, we are now enjoying low to mid
80's during the day. In fact this
morning, my patio thermometer registered 79.8 degrees!
I guess I better break out the woolies - eh!
The rainy season is finally upon us.
As if overnight, our surroundings transformed from 1000 shades of brown to 1000
shades of green. Everything is
alive and the insects have emerged from hibernation.
Giant, flying ants seem to be the bug du jour.
They are everywhere. And soon we'll
be facing the onslaught of flying beetles, a.k.a June Bugs.
But hey, that's what living in the tropics is all about.
In case you
haven't noticed, I am trying out some new email software that (hopefully) will
be easier for you to read and will allow me to maintain better control and
security of our growing subscription list.
Any comments you have regarding email, our website or video topics will be
Speaking of website, I finally gave in to growing pressure and got rid of that
stupid CLICK HERE button that you needed to press just to get into the site.
Thanks to all of you who made that recommendation.
NEW THINGS TO CHECK OUT ON THE WEB:
last very cool thing...
Fran and I have been invited to speak at an
upcoming conference sponsored by the folks at International Living Magazine.
It seems that they are interested in hearing the story of why and how two
unemployed yuppies chucked it all for a life in Costa Rica.
That's about it for now.
Muchas gracias y
tenga buen dia -
Thank you and have a nice day!
Andy and Fran
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