Love that lens flare

Yeah, okay. Stay in *decent* motel/hotels when you can. The bank emails me when our account is debited for seemingly random expenditures. These are definitely emails I signed up for but I signed up a long time ago and at this point, I have no clue what I signed up for. I could go out to the bank website and look but why bother. These alerts do tell me where the GG is and sometimes that can be helpful.

So I got an email the other day that he had checked in to a decent hotel in a kinda seedy area and I was happy about that. We stayed at this place on our LSD trip down there and it was not a picturesque place out on the beach but we weren’t there to hang out at the beach and anyway the RED TIDE was at the beach.

Next day, I got an email that indicated he had moved to an El Cheeeeepo motel. This is a motel chain that I once vowed never to stay at again. We were at the end of an airport runway. Jets were taking off until something like 11 PM and illicit activity that I won’t describe was happening and I dunno when that stuff ended but fortunately I couldn’t hear it.

Fast forward to the NEXT day and I was alerted that he was back in the good hotel. When asked about this, he said that he told Little Ed where he was staying and Little Ed said, “That’s where all the drug dealers hang out.” I think the price difference was something like $20 per night.

Tonight was dinner on the beach out on Anna Maria Island and look at that lens flare. Oh but that lens didn’t flare for me. I am here on The Planet Ann Arbor and my mouse made bibimbap for me here at the end of a rainy and unseasonably warm January day on The Planet Ann Arbor. Very good food and she did most of the dishioshios although I also have Bertie running 🧡🧡🧡

One Response to “Love that lens flare”

  1. Margaret Says:

    I don’t like the sound of that hotel, and am glad that the hubs moved back to the decent one. Due to my terror of bed bugs, I tend to choose upscale places and suck up the cost. That’s a beautiful photos! What is bibimbap? I should know this…