The furnace guys came around 8:30 this morning to put the ductwork in. Apparently, at 12:20, the delivery people tried to deliver our new tub, but with the furnace truck in the driveway, I guess they decided not to drop it off. I was out getting lunch for the young men and me so I didn’t know about until I found their note tucked into my screen door. And at 1:30, Bill Curran came to work some more on our bathroom vanity. Continue reading
Mark left at 9:30 this morning headed toward Indiana. I tried to delay him as long as possible so that I could have a little more time with him, but I should have let him go sooner because he didn’t reach his destination until 9:00 our time, 10:00 Eastern time. Thankfully, he took Tucson with him. Continue reading
As Mark and I were traveling home across the Midwest, my brother-in-law, Fred, celebrated his 98th birthday. We tried to call him on the day of, but we couldn’t reach him, so the next morning we called and sang Happy Birthday to him. Continue reading
I’m writing at the end of the day, so I know most of you won’t get my Easter greeting until Monday, but every day should be like Easter in our hearts, so it’s still fitting! Continue reading
This has been our first truly leisure weekend in Tucson this year, so I have some pictures to share. Continue reading
We did something this morning we haven’t particularly done before. We actually planned to leave late! Continue reading
Early this morning, my younger sister, Lauryn, came over and picked me up and we spent the day together. First we wanted to go see where Sherill is buried. Continue reading
There is a website I signed up for a number of months ago called Capture Door County (https://www.capturedoorcounty.com/). The purpose for the website is to allow photographers in Door County to post some of their best pictures of the county. About every month or so, there will be a challenge topic (such as lighthouses, sunsets, landscapes, etc). This month, the challenge topic is Reflect on 2018.