Today was my last day at Seaquist and my last day at Tea Thyme was about a month ago. We have a little over a week to go before we hit the road in our RV. I thought this might be a good opportunity to reflect on lessons learned this summer. Continue reading
Last year and the year before, Mark and I were working at Wagon Trail Campground. Had we been there this year, Monday would have been our last day of work and we would have likely been heading out yesterday. All day Monday, I was thinking about my friends at Wagon Trail and wishing I could be with them at their staff party, but I’m not staff there anymore. Continue reading
I have already begun thinking about next year’s employment, and in fact, I have a new part-time job lined up for next summer. Last year I went through the training to become a Certified Tourism Ambassador and I love talking about Door County, so what could be more natural than working in the Ellison Bay Information Center? Here is something from the newsletter my new boss, Mickie Rasch, sent out: Continue reading
When I was a kid, my friends and I used to sing a spoof on the National Anthem:
O say can you see any bed bugs on me?
If you can, pick a few, for I got them from you!
You may recall that I gave Liuda her first driving lesson in July and then another one in August. It has been difficult to coordinate with her for driving lessons, especially since she has been sick for the last three weeks. She told me today that she has pneumonia. Continue reading
Some of the churches in Door County have banded together to help the foreign students that come here to work in the summer. The students don’t generally have a car and are unable to get around to places they might like to see and things they would enjoy doing. They generally live at their work site and that’s about all they get to see. The church program is called Bridges and they offer bi-weekly activities, English lessons, and they match the students up with Christian families who do things with them. Continue reading
When I wrote about Mark being electrocuted last night, we had not yet tried to give Kimba a flea bath. Poor Mark is taking a beating! Continue reading
God is still watching over Mark and me. God protected Mark yesterday (Saturday) on the job. Continue reading
I know it’s been a while since I’ve written. There aren’t many stories to tell these days. All work and no play makes Denise a dull girl. Continue reading
I don’t have a lot to report, but I do have a few pictures to share… Continue reading