GREETINGS FROM FAR EASTERN OREGON
~December 7, 2019
The Christmas season is in Full Swing. Today is the Holiday Parade as well as the Treasure Valley Community College (TVCC) Annual Art Sale. I was there to help a bit with the setting up–but I left the finish to the pros. I unloaded a box or two. (Haha) And there is a lot to like–that is all I am saying. The sale is at the Art Department from 9 AM until 12:30–stop in and pick up a few things.
Pottery is not our OwyheeStar focus–but it is something starts with the letter ‘P’ as well–puppies. We have them and we are going to be extremely busy during the holiday season.
Christina has managed to keep ‘Dink’ (the tiny Bettee puppy) going and he is seemingly doing more than okay. We have him with Bernie’s litter–size-wise he fits in. Bernie accepts him too. Yesterday, he had his first taste of kibble. He thought it was quite delicious. Cliff was so cute–he took a video of the event and sent it to Christina.
This Week On the Blog…
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Sunday— December 1 — Bad Hair Day
Monday–-December 2—In The Snow
Tuesday – December 3 Sandwiched
Wednesday December 4 — Christmas Cards
Thursday –- December 5 — Bart and Dad
Friday — December 6 — Maybe This
On a very personal note
It is that time of year again–basketball season. Our oldest grandson, Brad, had his first game of the season. They didn’t get the win, but the team played well. We were very encouraged. Brad is listed as a 6′ 5″ Junior (and he wears size 18 tennis shoes). That puts things into perspective.
Cliff continues to improve–but it is a slow process. Exhaustion is palpable and a constant challenge. Nonetheless, he is busy with the business of tending to the Weims, etc. We are ever so happy he is back to feeling a lot better.
I managed to get to the Art Department and finish a few items. A lot of these things will be held over until the next term. I picked up a couple of items, though, that pleased me. And I glazed the little things here and left them on the shelf for the next high-fire.
Otherwise, I have been busy with my bio-family. It is beyond surreal–that is all I will say here for now.