We usually go to Balsam Grove for the 4th of July, however since we were planning on driving out to Laramie soon after that we stayed home. We were going to take furniture out to Laramie for the kids’ new house. Tommy researched having the furniture shipped to Laramie. When he realized we could move […]
June was spent at home out amongst the flowers and birds. Heaven for me. :) The Flowers: The Birds:
We went up to Balsam Grove for a few days. Tommy wanted to go up to check on the house and cut the grass. I took a few pictures.
Hall sent these tulips to me for Mother’s Day. They were so pretty!
Back at home I spent more time outside with the birds. They fascinate me! And finally, some flowers started to bloom!
Tommy had read that the Union Pacific’s steam engines 844 and the Big Boy 4014 would make a run from Cheyenne, Way to Ogden, UT celebrating the 150th anniversary of the transcontinental railroad. He really wanted to go but kept talking himself out of going. After some nudging, he agreed that the opportunity might not […]
After the funeral and before everyone headed home, we had to go through Doris’ house so it could be decided on who wanted what out of it. There was a list to go by, but not everyone wanted what had been designated for them. The process was surprisingly less stressful than anticipated.
Tommy’s mom passed away on Monday, April 15. At 97, she’d lived a long, full life. It took us a little time to get the grandkids all together for a funeral. On April 25, the funeral for Doris was held at Roswell Methodist Church. Amanda, Evan, Miss B, Hall, Molly and Abigail were all in […]
How can that be? It was just yesterday that she was a baby.
After we’d been home from Moab for a few days, I spent a lot of time outside photographing birds–and it was mainly bluebirds.