How the Cookie Crumbles

Life and scribbles on the far side of SIXTY-FIVE

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  1. I see you are traveling again. This looks like an interesting trip.


    • Hi Sheri, no I’m not traveling. This is about my trip last September. I wish I were off somewhere for a break but it’s not happening.
      How are YOU? ❤ ❤ 🙂


      • Tess – It’s good to see you anytime. I don’t think I even remember last September. My weeks and months run together in taking care of Tom. I keep wondering if we will be forced to move into Little Rock into a 50s+ community to be closer to his medical care [but I’m not ready to do that yet]. I enjoy our serene environment here entirely too much. However, realisticly I know I can’t keep up that drive forever. It’s simply too much.
        Our temperatures are soaring and far too hot for me to be out in the gardens as much as I’d like but – they are the prettiest gardens in the neighborhood if I do say so myself.
        Tom’s and my doctors are suggesting I take a trip in line with respite care. There’s so many places I’d love to get away to but I’d always thought I’d travel to those places with Tom and that’s just not happening.
        How are your kitties. I’m so glad Bailey is in my life. He has turned into my constant companion. He doesn’t like the extreme temperatures any more than I do.
        Don’t be a stranger. I’m doing a better job of staying up with my e-mail these days. I have about a 2 day lag sometimes but otherwise try to stay caught up.
        I think of you often and hope you are well. Sending my love.


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