Wow…. the flu has hit our household, and hard. Milo started showing symptoms Saturday evening, and we were monitoring and regulating his nasty little fever most of Sunday. He didnt complain at all, no real discomfort, just a l bit lethargic for Milo, and a fever Mommy started to show some symptoms Sunday Night, though […]
She was more a gramma to me than an Aunt, more like a mom to my dad than a sister. Especially considering that whole story of their childhood. But Wilda stepped up, went back and rescued my dad after she got married, raised him up herself, with her kids. She was probably the most patient […]
NOVEMBER 29, 1926 – MAY 11, 2010 This was my grand uncle, we called him Uncle Stan. I didn’t know until he died that most people knew him as Si, like sigh, for his initials, S & I, for Stanley Irwin. Was a little odd to hear him referred to as Si. I really only […]
Family Summer vacations, always seemed to have a procession of elders, aged cousins and aunts of every description, that needed to be visited on every trip to California, lest, god forbid, they might pass, and we would have missed them. You know the drill, I am sure.. Normally, this wouldn’t have been a problem . […]
As verbose as I am, there truly isn’t more to say….. Greatest Gifts!
Though our eventual destination isnt set in stone as of yet,The place we are leaving is. No doubt about it, we are leaving Mammoth, Arizona. Though early on, Mexico was looking to be our destination, and still could be,tobefair, Finances seem to be dictating that we stay Stateside. Hell, we aren’t even sure if we […]