Bubble...is the large S on Dons jacket for selfie or Santa? and how is he settling into his new home?
Good morning, Buddies. I just had a phone call from Olyne (my friend who picks me up for SS and church). She has an eye infection and is not going today. I have a women's basketball game at 2:00, so am going to stay home, too. I'll watch the Montgomery Presbyterian church service about noon if I can remember what the time is! My basketball friend will pick me up about 1:15 or perhaps 1:30. I'll probably read until time for Norma's pick-up.
Jane, I'm glad to hear that Ray was up for a walk on the beach. I know he must be frustrated about those kinds of things. And I hope the weather was/is good for walks whenever he and you feel like walking!
Marilyn, I'm glad to hear that Keith is progressing nicely. It's great that things are going well. Did he enjoy the evening out? Keep us posted.
I think Sharon must be getting ready for church and will post later. Have a nice day, Every Buddy. I think it might be going to rain here--which will not be fun if it's a gully washer, but hopefully will just be a normal rainfall.
Have a nice day, Every Buddy.
Bubble, that is probably the "real" Don that you know and love, but ask him to hand the phone/camera to someone and give us another view. Hope he is doing well and like the look in the second photo.
Marsgal, It would be fun to read Murder on the Orient Express years after the movie.
I see now that I neglected to say that the Mary Higgins Clark book I mentioned earlier was her memoir...another picked from Debby's library!😊
Marilyn, I did The Magic of Ordinary Days in reverse order. I watched the movie and now will read the book. I too thought Vinegar Girl left us hanging at the end. In Mary Higgins Clark book she talked of an teacher she had a long the way who used this suggestion for writing. Ask yourself two questions,'Suppose?' and 'What if?' A and turn that situation into fiction. Perhaps that how writers springboard from a single story to a series. I felt a little the same at the end of A Spool of Blue Thread about Denny's life. I did read Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant. These storys about families and the situations between children and parents leave me feeling can little sad and wondering how we might have done differently with our own. I watched a movie this week that was an interesting family situation. The title was Sister Cities. It had a surprise an a kind of unbelievable ending.
Good morning everyone, 20° but with wind feels like 14 so will stay inside again. Snow in the forecast agina starting around midnight, a possible 5 inches, if we get that it will be the most so far this winter. About time we got some snow that is pretty. Will not go out to enjoy it though, guess that means I am finally too old to enjoy it.
SHIRLEY you make me glad I have one computer, a simple tracfone-flip phone. I did try a smart phone twice and gave up. Still have a landline and still hate talking on a phone.
LARRY I am glad you are using the rollator, Much better for saving a bit of your energy. As long as you post every day just to say hello we will know you are OK. Prayers for you ongoing.
CALLIE for the first time I did not have to log in this morning, that was a pain the the neck. I have a notepad saved on the desktop with that code on it and just pull it up every morning and use it to type on.
JOY I now never plan what I want to do in a day, just do what I feel like doing or not.
AMY I was looking through my favorite recipes yesterday and came across my recipe for cream puffs and for a cooked filling for them. They are not hard to make but doubt my CNA could make them, I don't think she ever baked any goodies.
JUNE seems like most of us have something wrong these days. The joys of living so long?
JENNY just saw on the news the big car pile up in Denver. I hope none of your family and friends were stuck in the mess. I will keep Michele in my prayers that the chemo gets rid of the monster in her.
SHIRLEY like you I love those turtles, then again I love any kind of chocolates. I have a sweet tooth or maybe all my teeth love sweets.
PETER would have loved to take that walk years ago. Loved hiking through the woods. Nice seeing some green there, I am so tired of this winter and long for spring to get here.
JANE hope you get everything done you want to today.
PHYLLIS hope you nap while in your recliner and wake feeling much better.
BUBBLE thanks for the link to Don's pictures. Boy he is the perfect one to look like Santa. I pray his health is improving. Wonderful link. Would have loved going there.
Have a great day.
Last post by so_P_bubble - Today at 08:16:12 am
Here is a treat especially for Shirley and those who like to camp
Last post by Amy - Today at 08:05:25 am
Good morning everyone..
Another lovely day here sunny -18° F now I know why it was so chilly when I was out with the dogs at 11:30 and 4:30!!
A day of rest here, I may go play in my sewing room a bit.
Jenny, my husband had 12 chemo treatments, that seems to be the "magic" number. Michele is a strong lady and will pull through all of this. Prayers for all. I bet your Grands had a lot of fun too!
Shirley, I love fish but the freshest we have had was when we were east in Nova Scotia. I was telling a lady that the fish I cooked broke up into pieces and she said that it was just caught that morning and in the grocery store in the afternoon!!
Phyllis hope both you and your son feel better soon. Ginger all helps sooth the tummy.
Bubble, thank you, don't you just want to reach out and hug Santa Don??
Jane,seems my get up and go got up and went without me today.
You seem endless in your energy!
I had better go get ready for the day, at some point and time the neighbour is coming over to finish up on his skidoo.
Enjoy your day everyone.
A surprise for you here instead of a note to show he is well.