I am home bound now as our governor issued a ‘stay at home’ order this morning. We can go to the grocery store or medical appointments or certain jobs. My husband is still working because his company is considered essential, they make parts for military and medical equipment. My mom is in an assisted living facility and no visitors have been allowed there for over a week. I call her daily as well as some of my siblings and my sons. I have a quilt that I…Continue
I’ve been meaning to post on here for quite awhile and with Pam’s nudging, I’m finally posting!
For starters today is our 30th wedding anniversary. A big milestone, and like with any marriage, we’ve had our ups and downs! We didn’t really celebrate today other than getting high speed internet installed at our house. We are in a rural area and were told by our old internet company that they will not be installing new lines…Continue
It's been a hectic fall around here. I started back to work (at the middle school) on Sept. 6 after a somewhat relaxing summer. The Saturday after school started, Sept 10, I was home with my youngest son. The breaker for the washing machine flipped off, there was no wash going at the time, I reset it only to have it flip off again. My husband was out working on the shop he's building but happened to come into the house for a drink of water. At that point, the…Continue
I haven't visited this site for quite some time. Looking over the blogs, I see some of the 'old friends' on here, it's been good catching up.
I'm not sure if this picture will download, but here is my dilemma. Our youngest son, Colin was engaged to be married. The engagement lasted 11 months and they were to be married June 4, 2016. Problems arose…Continue
Happy Spring to All! We are on spring break here in Oregon, at least the part I live in. Instead of snow, we've been deluged with rain, but there are promises of nice (even sunny) weather at the end of the week. I have this week off from work (school), I was busy over the weekend finishing up a quilt for my co-worker, Carol. Carol was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Three other co-workers and myself decided to make her a quilt (none of the others are…Continue