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04/21/06 - 04/27/06








Wow another week here and gone! Another packed week! Some fun and some work. Makes for a great balance. I am getting prepared for new flooring in my house. Both the family room and the living room. It will be a Pergo type laminate. Should be beautiful. Mountaineer construction is laying it! Thanks Ken Bev and Jenneane for helping me throw all the junk away. I tend to get overwhelmed when it comes to situations like this. You guys are the best!

I still haven't got out and hit the balls. My golf league starts next Wednesday. It's looking like I won't get out to practice. Well maybe!

It has been raining quite a bit. We need the precipitation desperately! Seems like it is going to change now and become nice again.

Mom is home. She is doing wonderful. I want to thank EVERYONE who was an inspiration for me while going through this devastating time. The prayers well wished cards flowers sent to me and her all aided in her recovery. I am so proud of her. She has very little recollection of all she went through. Which is probably a good thing. Keep up the good work Mom!

Elliott has his first scrimmage game this week. Practice practice practice. It is so cute to watch those little one's play. He says he wants to be a catcher! Go for all I can say!

My prayers go out to Lori McCaske as she is home from the hospital in Duluth. She is fighting cancer. Larry is doing well they did put a stent in to clear the 80 percent blockage. Good Luck Larry and QUIT SMOKING!
Shirley is still improving. We have seen her smiling face a bit. Keep up the good work. Best wishes to Kathy Minor as she is in the hospital.

On Sat May 13 George and Rosie Brugger will be having a 50th wedding anniversary party at the Trading Post starting at 2pm. I hope you can stop by to help them celebrate! 50 years of marriage deserves a bash! No gifts are requested.

Welcome back to all the snowbirds ..they keep flocking in! Welcome back Bob and Linda I missed you a bunch.

That's about all for this week. Until next time....

Big Hugs,


quote of the week: " The darkest hour is only 60 minutes long."



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