I remember when you posted those. I’m glad your friends are doing a memorial photo thing. When my father in law died, they went through photos and made a poster board of them. My father in law was such a character. HUGE sense of humor! My husband left for Michigan the day he died to be with his mother. Both his sisters flew in from Colorado. I had to stay in Indiana for a few days and then bring my kids up to Michigan. I really missed out, because they went through all the photo albums, and when I got there, I was still crying, but they were yukking it up and laughing their heads off from all the funny memories of Dad. They apologized, but I get it. You couldn’t talk about my father in law without smiling and laughing. It hurt to lose him, but it was great to know and love him, and we wouldn’t give up any of those memories for the world.Thanks to all my dear friends. I'm going through my phone this morning, sending pictures to some friends that are going to put together a memorial service for my beloved. We will have one in Livingston, where we both lived for 30+ years (we didn't know each other back then) and we will have one here in Lindale where he was also loved.
I am drinking coffee this morning, the first in awhile. No, haven't cleaned the coffee pot yet, I'll get to it. I boiled it in a pot on the stove. I had my Eggo toaster waffle and orange juice. I'll get dressed in a little bit and go outside and feed the sheep. Can't carry the water buckets yet, much thanks to my buddy and neighbor, Robert for helping me so much. I may go to their house after while for coffee and a visit.
I just finished going through my phone. I'll post these here. We had stopped at a huge convience store called Buc-ees and were clowning around with my daughter.
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