Jun 27, 2018 08:51PM kathindc wrote:
Oh I get that feeling when I walk Williamsburg. It just draws me in, like I can envision it back in the day. Being an east coast gal, I found the landscape in Colorado and Wyoming overpowering when you think how long it took the mountains to get to the height they are and gorges/canyons to be cut. And knowing you are on a caldera in Yellowstone and the destruction that took place the last time it went off leaves me speechless. That trip had such a calming effect on me.
Junie and Shep think of the two of you often. Hope all is coming along for you.
Jaymeb, you asked about Patty. She was in the hospital but is now home. Hospice is managing her pain meds. Here is a link to her thread so you can check in on her. https://community.breastcancer.org/forum/8/topics/834945?page=109#idx_3251
Been busy since family went back to Japan. Taking hubby to the doctors and tests and a couple of appointments for me thrown in there. Had to have our roof recoated and the bathroom skylight fixed as a pane of glass slipped out. Luckily, it didn't break. Painting the outside done, inside have a couple of rooms to do as I know the color I want. The rest will have to wait until I can make that decision since I will have to live with it for a while. Next project will be to get the rest of my photos in order so my kids won't go "who the heck are those people" when it comes to the past ancestors and work some more on family genealogy.
Egads, I love your sense of humor. You are a natural!
Sas, glad you are thrifting again. It's been awhile hasn't it? You get such good finds.
Lover has been quiet. Is she ok?
David Baldacci's new book is calling so I'll say night, night ladies and good morning feline.