Yesterday was a pretty quiet day. We did have a nice surprise. It rained for 30 minutes. We have been on the road for 32 days and have only seen rain one other time. We are in a drought here, so the rain was very exciting.
|Rain as seen through our RV windshield|
Mama fixed sliders for dinner. Sliders are just small hamburgers on small buns. Mama thought they were good. She used Hawaiian bread buns as per her recipe. She thought they might be sweet, but they weren't. She added onions and cheese to the burgers.
Day 33 - Today
Mama checked her bank account this morning and was shocked to see that the charges duplicated. She called the bank and Kelly checked into it. She said the charges went through last night, but the pre-authorized ones have not dropped off yet like they should. She talked to her boss who said it is nothing to be alarmed about. They will credit our account today for the money that was taken out last night and they will either force the others to drop off or will wait until they clear and then credit our account again. Mama would prefer for them to force them to drop off and get this over with. It's a good thing she checked it again today because we have bills that are being paid tomorrow and once again, our account is too low for those to clear due to this duplication of charges. Mama asked if they will try to find the crooks and Kelly said it is next to impossible. The bank will charge the stores the money that was taken, but the crooks will probably get away with it. Mama told her she feels like she has been violated and it makes her very angry that people get away with stealing like this. Kelly said she understood. She said they are a small bank and they have to deal with this from time to time, but the bigger banks really have it bad.
We are supposed to have storms today. We like rain, but storms are scary in a motor home. The weather man says the chance of tornadoes are pretty slim, so we hope he is correct. Houston is close enough to the Gulf of Mexico that if a tropical storm or hurricane develop in the area, we will have to move inland. I think we would be hit mainly with tornadoes and high winds, but I am not positive on that. Nothing is out there right now, but the news here definitely pays attention to all the tropical storms when they develop. I guess that is a way of life here. It's something we don't have to worry about in Missouri.
The Greyhound Who Would Like To Catch The Crooks And Teach Them A Lesson