Since I don’t have a job to go back to, I have been giving some thought to starting an online fabric store for quilters. Today, I took a small step in that direction…Continue reading
A lot has happened for me since we arrived in Tucson. Mark has only had a couple of jobs for his business, but one of them paid quite well. So here’s what’s been going on with me at Block Advisors… Continue reading
For the last couple of summers, my washing machine has been occasionally staining our clothes with streaks that look a little like oil. This summer, it badly stained one of my costumes for work at the Noble House and my boss had to take it home and work on it to get the stain out. She told me about a repair guy that she trusts, and when I told him what happened, he suggested I try powdered laundry detergent rather than liquid. That seemed to work at first, but then… Continue reading
A couple of weekends ago, Mark and I went to an RV show at the Pima County Fairgrounds. Most of what we saw was redundant and not very exciting, but we saw two 5th Wheels that we fell in love with and they were reasonably priced. Only problem is, we owe more on our current RV than it is worth, so all we could do is drool. Continue reading
We did something this morning we haven’t particularly done before. We actually planned to leave late! Continue reading
We figure we’re still going to be here in Ellison Bay through tomorrow. Saturday is within the realm of possibility too. However, we did make progress today.
We left Tucson, AZ — after having gotten air in the RV tires and gas in the pickup — around 10:45 this morning. The temperature was 78°. It has not been one of our better days… Continue reading
In Acts 16: 6-8, we read of Paul trying to go to a couple places on his second missionary journey, but the Spirit wouldn’t allow him to go. Perhaps that’s what happened here today. Continue reading
Mark and I have been incredibly busy the last couple days. We’ve been driving to Sturgeon Bay to get things for the house, and then coming home to try to get things set up until we’re too tired to continue.