Category Five

The day started off sunny and bright,then the rains poured down. What, you have nothing to do? Are you kidding me? I live in a perpetual state of category five. That is who gives a ####. I have a hammock and a bar stool to hold my margarita. Out on the front porch in the shade, out of the rain. I like to watch the people walk by in the rain (Costa Ricans like the rain). The rain comes and goes, you may get wet but you dry off. After all, it is usually seventy degrees.

When the rain stops you go play. If it continues to rain, it is category five. Does that sound good to you? Margarita or a beer and my girl friend snuggling with me in the hammock. What else could you ask for? Never need a place to be. I am in Lake Arenal, Guanacaste, a neighbor will stop by. Corina made home made banana bread today( my mothers recipe). I walked over a loaf to Marie our neighbor . It is Mothers Day on Monday. She asked me to thank my esposa.

Clouds came in and the thunder clapped. Timer for, I am ready for another margarita. Too comfortable to worry about things that need to get done. That’s right, it’s Sunday, nothing to do but read a good book and hug my girl. Speaking of good books: Timothy M Nugent: A Collection of Poems. At Amazon .com or Available as an ebook for you digital readers $3.99 or hard or soft covers for a few more bucks.

here is a link to the book store

Pura Vida!😎

Author: tmnugent

Poet Author. Living in Costa rica Pura Vida. Love to travel, play with my dogs and write poetry. My girlfriend and I enjoy life and could't be happier living here

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