June 17 – Father’s Day

Father’s or Fathers’ Day
I’m not a father, so does it matter?
Let’s move on now.

Just kidding folks.  It is a great day to celebrate all of the fathers in our lives.

Miss you Dad – Charles Richard Hudgins.  I remember you quiet ways and a red heart box filled with M&M you gave me for Valentines day when I was 6.

Miss you Tom! – Tom Hollearin.  Tom took on the heavy load of raising 3 kids, 2 months after marrying my mom when she died.  Thank you! Thank you!

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Charles R. Hudgins with Lauri Glynn Hudgins Hazen
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Tom Hollearin
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June 13

Listening to the sound track from Cats.  Love the music.  The original book is just as great – Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot.

Here is a good place to start if you haven’t read any of T.S. Eliot’s poems. https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/372536-old-possum-s-book-of-practical-cats

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June 9 – World Wide Knit in Public Day

wwkinpublic Today is World Wide Knit in Public Day!  If you knit (or even if you don’t) visit your local yarn shop.  Bring a project to work on and a chair and have fun!

I’m headed to Argyle, Wisconsin to  participate with my sisters-in-law.  I don’t knit, but I do crochet.

Have a great day!!

We had a great day. Great weather.

April 24

Now that spring has finally arrived.  Potatoes are being planted in the garden as I write.  It seems that summer will come too quickly – I just wrote a check for yoga classes for the frogs-3095285__340summer.  They are wonderful and are held outside at the Dubuque Arboretum.  I can’t think of a better way to spend summer mornings.

 

 

But back to spring – I’m not ready for it to be summer – too many gardens to gardener-3336148__340clean out and plants to planted.  Enjoy the day!