|Last wildflower bouquet of the season|
News from Idaho: broken tooth cannot be fixed out there but was filed and no longer cuts into tongue; daily hunt brings in varying numbers of ducks, pheasants, even one goose.
Sunday evening fellowship at Pastor Dan's included a delightful mini-concert by one of the students, as well as warm homemade bread again.
Monday at our exercise class, I just had to take a picture of the person next to me, multitasking. Can you see what she is doing?
Tuesday I spent some time gathering bits of information about Mike's dad, Milton Koch, for Malachi (8th grade) who wanted to talk about his great grandfather for a Day of the Dead presentation.
|1929, age 12|
Wednesday I wore my simple little mask to the weekly meal at the senior center and won a free meal for the funniest. It helped that I was the only one in that category!
In the evening I joined in some of the grandkids' fun.
Friday Leah and I tackled the first phase of a secret Christmas project. That was fun.
Then we went to the Gray Barn and set up our tables for the craft sale the next day.
Saturday we showed up in time to open at 9 a.m.