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!

Charles R. Hudgins with Lauri Glynn Hudgins Hazen
Tom Hollearin

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

adorable animal cat cat s eyes
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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!