I sent you a private message last week Jeff, don't know if you've read it yet. I have an update on my site. I am halfway through radiation and uffda, the fatigue has hit with a vengeance. I can hardly stay awake and it's only 1915 (7:15 p.m. for you non military folks)so I'll be in bed very shortly. Thank God for empty nestsOriginally posted by Jeff Boettcher:
Due to the red eyes of the two species in question, I can see just how I might have confused you! How ya doing?
Thanks Deb. I laugh so that I do not cry. If I didn't I'd never make it through the day.Originally posted by Deb Richardson:
Nell, it's great to see that with all you are going through your wit is still razor sharp.
I agree Marty,... when I moved up here & was looking for a place to live, one of the places we looked at had a wood burning stove to augment the furnace. Reminiscent of my younger days living in a log cabin on the continental divide, where you began searching for firewood at first thaw and continued untill the roads into the mountains became impassible. The only reason I didn't take that house was that it was so isolated, which seemed unfair to my 2 teenaged urbanites.Originally posted by Marty:
...Splitting fire wood and hating it until it's cold out and being glad that I did so!
Having the bus nice and toasty warm for the little ones when they crawl on half frozen!! I guess this isn't really for the "Tomahawk's favorite catagory",...
And, to NurseNell,.. if you ever do get those photos scanned, I would be happy to post them for you. I am tinkering with a North Woods Web Site that needs just such material,... memories, photos, stories of north woods adventures from the folks that had them.Originally posted by NurseNell:
Some of the most beautiful photos in my Tomahawk years album are photos taken from our canoe along the Spirit River. I'll have to scan some when I have more energy.
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