Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Old Dogs and Old Rivers

 Old dogs. Oh my gosh....

Maggie was up last night, just pacing the room and wanting us to get up. She didn't want to go out, she didn't want water, she just wanted company...at 3:00am. I have to say that I was less than gracious. Tim, on the other hand is always so nice about it. He just took her out to the living room and slept on the couch while she pretended that it was daytime. I am tired today. 


Found a special surprise in my purse! Lucy gave me a wonderful tea awhile back and I tucked it away and just came across it this morning. So nice to have a friend lift my spirits on a cloudy, chilly day.



Adoration was wonderful, of course. So wonderful that I kept nodding off, which I know is OK with Jesus, but maybe not so much for the other people in the room😉

We are supposed to get another bunch of snow tomorrow night. Even a little is more than I want right now. It is so hard for Maggie to navigate the outdoors in the snow. Looks like a frigid Valentine's day.

I want to find the rest of Grandma Maggie's journals. We are missing the 70s. I think Terry may still have them, but I could be wrong. 

Found this today while I was looking for something for Lilly to study in Science:

https://www.susquehannaheritage.org/river-roots-unique-geology/

This site is great and I ordered a guidebook that we can use on a driving tour of the unique geology of the Susquehanna River. We are studying as many aspects of the river as we can. Today we learned about the mapping ot the river in 1899. Fascinating!

Tacos, etc for dinner....

Small group in an hour!


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