I last wrote on Monday and so much has happened since then… Continue reading
This morning, Mark wanted to stay home and work on his motorcycle. I went to the “church” that meets here in the park. Continue reading
My sister finally got out of the hospital last Saturday and is well enough to drive again. Mark and I have been job hunting this week. Mark was hired today for a job that is a perfect match for him… Continue reading
I would like to wish my readers a Happy Thanksgiving. I know that some of you have had a rough year and finding things to be thankful for may be a challenge. Others are leading very busy lives and this holiday may feel like work to you, or it may feel like a chance to rest. I hope that you can all spend Thanksgiving with loved ones. Continue reading
I mentioned in my last post that my sister and her husband need me to act as chauffeur this week. There have been new developments in her health. Continue reading
So much has happened since the last time I blogged. We have been having issues with electricity and internet, so now that I have both, I can get you all caught up…
I think I mentioned a couple days ago that Mark was coming down with a cold. I’ve been trying to doctor him up, but it’s taking its course. This morning before we left Burley, Idaho, Mark went into Walmart and got himself some appropriate gear for the outdoors… Continue reading
I admit that we killed some time in Cheyenne this morning, and then again at the Lincoln monument this afternoon, but we thought we’d make it all the way across the state anyway. 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!
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