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Dad and Mom in Lafleche

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

They are now moved.  We drove them to Lafleche (south of Swift Current – about 3 1/2 hours from Rosetown) on Monday.  This will be a big transition – pray with us and for them.

Prairie grass

Friday, August 8th, 2008

No, I’m not talking about the drug type of “grass”!

We were in the midst of setting up some table centres for my father’s 90th birthday celebration.  For all the beautiful flowers and other accoutrements we could add, something seems right about prairie grass.

My father was born into prairie farm life, and farmed for a number of years.  My earliest recollection of pictures of my father are of him in wheat fields.  After leaving the farm there was still a great pull of the land.

So, we pulled some tufts of grass.  They set nicely into the white vases.  Surrounded by white table clothes and blue highlighted runners, the vases looked quite welcoming.  We may add a few more plants to the arrangement, but the grass will be an outstanding part of the mixture.

Now, just one more sleep and the afternoon celebration begins.  If you are around Kindersley between 2:00 – 4:00 on Saturday, drop by the Alliance Church (74 West Road) and join us!  90 years doesn’t roll around too often!

God’s handiwork

Sunday, June 15th, 2008

Iris June 15, 2008

Just had the camera out to view our Irises.  And Jill found a double rainbow.  The beauty of the earth just makes you realize how creative God is.

double rainbow june 15, 2008

Over and under

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

When water leaks over the counter it gets under the sink.

That’s we are finding. A faucet we installed almost three years ago is having leakage mishaps. I tried to fix it a few months ago. But the handyman fix was not a match for the constant usage of the faucet.

So, the question to be examined? Should we get a new tap or try another temporary solution?

Can you tell by my question which way we are leaning (and thanks to the gusts of wind lately we are definitely leaning)? May see you tomorrow at the hardware store!!