It's possible to see just about everything in this casino by a trek around the big room, because the bars and restaurants are mostly open and set a little above the main floor. You can look into them to see who is there. I rather like that for the ease of finding people. I don't know if people having drinks would like it so much. Mary said she used to come to the main bar after work when she first came to LV. I guess it's a friendly place to hang out.
Today breakfast with Elaine, more origami flowers - Elaine found a perfect type and I learned how to make it yesterday, and made several, but she already had made dozens, really a lot. Late this aft, after Mary gets off work, we'll converge on the multigen center for swimming and whatever else. I think the swimming is what I should do while here. Lap swimming is good, of course, for those with arthritis, and I manage to remember the basic freestyle stroke. In fact, the guy at the center watched me and said I have a "nice stroke". The first time anyone has ever said that to me - except for Mary, who said the same thing a few minutes earlier. I think the reason is that I have formerly been in classes or on a team where I was compared to real swimmers. Now I am being compared to just about anyone who gets in the water.
Off for breakfast with the daughter.