Next on the list -- I'm like a bird with a broken wing. Getting out of bed on Thursday, I pulled a muscle in my upper back, so it hurts to use my right arm with the laptop (actually, that would be Craig's laptop, which I'm trying to convince him to share).
Last, but certainly not least, we have the little seeing stars episode on Wednesday's hike in the Superstition Mountains. If I hadn't been sitting on a rock, I would have gone down in a Tony Soprano-like flop. I have an appointment with my doc tomorrow, and hopefully, the experts will figure it out. But I don't think new hiking boots will make my Mother's Day wish list!
I think the solution to all my little woes would be to move to the tropics, soak my sore back/shoulder in the warm saltwater, ride my bike everywhere, and eat more fresh fruit and veggies!
Fresh fruits and veggies are abundant in Belize.
You can't ride a bike far without spotting a new fruit and veggie stand. I like the bright signage on this one!
I didn't step into Patricia's Boutique to investigate if she sells something else besides fruit and veggies, but how cute! Love the palm trees painted around the window.
Another huge stand south of town.
Papayas -- my favorite!
A fruit/veggie rack replaces the candy rack at the checkout!
This man sells on a corner in San Pedro.
A little cart out front.
Caye Caulker fruit stand by the sea. I noticed some shops on Caye Caulker have No Loitering signs.
Maybe people touch too much and bruise, or maybe fruit disappears? But I also noticed the sign in front of a small grocery store. Hmmmmm.