Tuesday, August 11, 2020



When we talk about doctors practicing medicine, it doesn't mean the same as when my husband  practices.
The whole story is above on the layout. He performed and operation on me!


 

Friday, August 7, 2020












Caleb had a project. He needed to come up with a plan which would keep an egg from breaking while dropping from the rooftop. Oliver liked this idea and did it was all.

John climbed up on the roof to test each boy's creation. Both boys were able to come up with a protective device that worked well. Neither egg broke! It was a success for both boys. Good job Caleb and Oliver!

Wednesday, August 5, 2020



Here is an overview of the last school year in Colorado. Now this week we are hearing how things will be handled this coming year. They have finally announced the plan and now parents and teachers are working out how they will handle the new rules.  I would tell about those plans  here, but it is complicated. I was hoping for something more normal, but normal it will not be. God bless our parents, teachers and children  in the coming months.

Monday, August 3, 2020


After all these years of wearing jeans and matching shirts, Ron has changed his uniform. Here he is modeling his new uniform. 


Saturday, August 1, 2020




For those of you who find the print on the page too small. I am copying the text for  you here:

We are living through a Pandemic. We love the fact that our friends are making masks for us to wear. We don't have as many chances now to have fun, but we still like to laugh, so when we first put on the cool masks that Chelle made for us, we loved them. They are the best ones we've worn so far and we've had some really nice ones. These fit well and are very comfortable. Now, it is time to laugh...the last picture shows my silliness well. OK,  come on! Laugh!

Masks are THE THING these days. I could offer a style show of masks. They are everywhere one goes. The stores are full of displays, and they are even providing paper ones free in many places, like restaurants.  I still prefer the ones you see here. However Ron does better with paper ones. He uses them more frequently, since he just can't stay home long without running out for some reason. I would be washing his 12 hours a day, so he uses paper ones most of the time.

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Small Bass


Brittanie has been keeping Ava healthfully  busy during the  Pandemic. On this day back in April, Ava was fishing at Sippo Lake in Perry.  She caught a small bass. Small girl, small bass. Good job Ava!