Today in My History
are Made of This
Books Read in 2019
December 28, 2019
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Our last Saturday 9 of 2019. Thank you for another great year, everyone!
Saturday 9: Cold as Ice (1977)
1) Look back on 2019 and share a happy moment.
Thank goodness there have been many happy moments
in 2019, but probably the best was finding such a wonderful place for my mother
and watching her settle in there. It's never happy to see a loved one
losing her mind, but Eldervilla Senior Care Facility is so much better than
where she was before, that it was a real high point for me.
No...just continue to settle into this "10 year
project" with Ned and Marta.
The challenge for us as well as for son Ned and
his wife Marta is combining our two houses, They have been living in a
house for several years, and moving into two ROOMS here has been a challenge,
more for them than for us. But they have worked like dogs to create an
"apartment" for themselves, and together we have managed to rid this house of
literally tons of "stuff" that has gone to other worthy causes. This
doesn't mean things are uncluttered, of course, but it is 1000% better than it
was at the start of 2019. And it's nice to no longer have an empty nest.
Well, it's midnight, so it's not warm. It
was mid-50s in the afternoon yesterday.
We have been to New York several times, so have
seen most of the big sights, but if we were to go today, what I'd be sure to see
is as many Broadway shows as we could afford.
One of the African countries. Probably
Kenya, which is were the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is located. It's
one place I've always wanted to see, but I fear that physical limitations would
prevent me from seeing it as I would like to today.
I enjoyed the first Star Wars and have
seen a few others, but I'm not a big fan of the series. I prefer James
No, but I do have an iPhone.
Our big Christmas dinner is today, since we couldn't gather everyone together until now, so my going-to-sleep and waking-up thoughts have all been about the things that need to get done for the dinner.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Ned took a brief well-deserved break before Jeri and Phil arrived.
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