2017 21st Saturday Recap
Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
This week we said goodbye to May, and it’s fickle weather and hello to June. Not too many are unhappy about moving forward, but some of you reported needing a fire a few days ago. There is plenty of snow left in the mountains. One of our classmates was trying to drive into a location near McCall, Idaho. The road was closed due to snow. We know there are a lot of places still not accessible. Meanwhile, in the Treasure Valley, we have summer-like temperatures. Farmers are pouring the water to the crops. Everything is greening up nicely. Gardeners have planted tomatoes and other veggies in anticipation of the table-ripe bounty that will soon perk up our meals.
This Week on the Blog
Here are the week’s posts if you wish you may review or visit them today! I welcome updates from any of our OwyheeStar clients. Thank you–especially those folks that dropped us a little something. (Whew, (again) it really helped!)
Sunday— May 28 — Memorial Day
Monday — May 29 — Memorial Day
Tuesday — May 30 — Mama’s Girl (Francee)
Wednesday — May 31 — Chloe
Thursday — June 1 — George NAVHDA
Friday — June 2 — Planned
On a very personal note
The Utility Bath painting is done. Well, is it ever totally finished? Now there is a cabinet that needs white paint. Nonetheless, the room is as painted as it is going to get. Before we can call this project a wrap, there are others things that need finished–tile and trim for one. Our cabinet door is still off due to our paint project. It will get back on today.
Cliff has been busy watering–the fields and our lawns. He has been busy mowing the lawn as well as some of the weedy areas.
I look forward to the day when we need not mention my health crisis or health issues. I am improving, but progress is very slow. Thank you, for your thoughts and prayers. We appreciate your patience as well. Some of you have been so gracious to understand we have more than the usual limitations. I desire to be rid of this cough before the cold and flu season comes again. Sooner is better than later because coughing is exhausting. Anyhow, I am improving little-by-little. I will be thankful for each tiny bit I get.