It’s been encouraging to hear from many of you who have missed my crazy blogs. Thank you!!!!
We were away much of June with 14 days cruising Alaska. We aren’t wild about cruising, but it’s a way to avoid cooking, cleaning, and laundry. We met lots of nice people and especially enjoyed Alvin and Lana from Layfayette, LA. and Mike and Diane from Boise, Idaho. The latter taught us a new card game “Pennies from Heaven”. Great fun!!! We are hoping both couples stay in touch and even come visit us in the sizzling desert. Both before and after the cruise we spent a total of 5 days in Seattle with longtime friends, David and Lynne.
Today is exciting because we are driving to Flagstaff to get out of the heat and celebrate for several days with dear friends, Don and Kay. I am happy to report the computer geek has put up with me for 51 years as of July 1. He is preparing coffee and toast for me this moment. It just doesn’t get any better, especially when the toast is covered with almond butter, cinnamon and honey 😊. To kick off the anniversary weekend, last night our friends Chuck and Julie took us to dinner for an early celebration. Julie also takes care of our babies, Hekyl and Jekyl, when we travel. Life is good. Friends are awesome!
Some of you have chastised me for failing to post pictures on Facebook. Here’s the deal: Jerry doesn’t care to take pictures and neither do it. Thus, we only have about 3 pictures from our trip. Jerry never posts on Facebook, and he discourages me from participating in this or any social media. I have to trust the geek because he also informed me the only way Facebook makes money is by selling your data! Just think about this possibility. If we ever have to go into the Federal Witness Protection Program, wouldn’t it be a nightmare for the agents to track down and delete all our photos? Once something is posted on Facebook, it takes almost an act of Congress to get it permanently deleted. Now you know why we don’t like or trust Facebook. We just don’t want to put the lives of Federal Agents in danger. It could happen. Seriously!!!! We are experienced at this, folks. We moved 8 times during our 25 years in Texas, always just one step ahead of the Texas Rangers (the law enforcement team, not the sports team).
We always try to remember to thank the Lord for each of you wonderful people who have touched our lives in such beautiful ways over the years. Stay happy, healthy and out of the Witness Protection Program, and remember freedom isn’t free. Just sayin’………………………………………….