Pictured here is what retirement is all about for me. You check out the local stores, fine a completely new off the wall wine like this Red Guitar Sangria. Then you set back with glass in hand and watch a red bird (Cardinal) feeding off your one of a kind red Hawaiian Shirt bird feeder. Almost sounds a little Red Neck - oh well when in Rome - you know the rest. This wine was a great find as it had a great taste and I got a history lesson about the guitar. According the the bottle - Centuries ago, the Spanish added a sixth string to a little recognized instrument of the time, bringing to life what we now know as the guitar. For countless generations, since that day, music, food and wine have been the fabric of the Spaniard's joyful and vivacious existence. Put simply, la buena vida (the good life).
We have only just begun as the song says but I would have to say to anyone I meet - don't be afraid to follow your dreams. Actually be a little afraid if you don't go for it as you will always be asking yourself - what would it have been like. Believe me it is worth the chance. Until next time keep red birds in your dreams and red wine in your tummy.
Unplugged and out!!!