Can’t never could anything!!!
A dull winter day periods of rain, the next few days will be same with temperatures reaching in the high 40s. The trees near leaves are still on trees.
Today’s lunch was slides of turkey, rice, and carrots, the salad was various green with honey mustard. It was great to have a meal I could eat. Bob didn’t come down for the meal so I don’t know what was the main dish. We eat all at the same time and we have the same seat in the meal. Soup and a salad with a dressing of your choice. Laundry and change of bedding are done the same day.
Life continues to move on slowly. The waiting time is hard to handle. Neither of us is adapting very well to all changes. A couple of days ago I managed to open up a small cut on my hand. No one could find a bandage, this morning the cut is open and I have a bandage on it now.
When Idaho was open for homesteads my grandparents each had a homestead. My Hanford grandparents came from Washington State. Their homestead was near Hill City. My father Earl Mark was born in their home.
The Guays’ arrive in Idaho from Greenbay, Wisconsin, and settle near Falls Creek. My Mother Gladys Amelia was born on the homestead.
After securing their homes Two Guays, Joseph and John moved to Boise. George Guay my grandfather George moved his family to Rocky Bar and manage the mail train for the family. Their sister’s family moved to Prairie, Idaho.
The Hanfords moved to Boise and my grandfather Edwin Roy open a garden story. Family history has the nursey supplied the plants.
My birthday was July 6, 1931, at St. Luke Hospital and Idaho became a state on July 3. there was a great celebration that week.
The books I finished reading are Karen White’s THE ATTICS ON QUEENS CREEK. I am reading AMMIE COME HOME by Barbara Michaels.
Good Reading this weekend and stay safe