Himself: Estate sales, lunch, museum where there were a goodly number of visitors, dinner out, movie, and presents for his wife…..me.
Herself: …and the quilt blog too: Estate sales…where we found nothing, lunch at home, depression until I started reading my newest ocean liner books, dinner out at PF Changs, “Eat, Pray, Love” which ran long, and more presents for me. He spoiled me. Daughters and friends called….especially wonderful to hear from old roommate Ric…we share a birthday. Many cards. I love my friends.
My Babylonian Captivity: Do stop in and read Tugster's experience as a human shield. He writes that, “ i was captured in Kuwait (where i was teaching in the Kuwaiti air force)….”
Gratitude: Lee’s presence in our lives.
Simple words to describe a complicated man.
Raised on a farm with many sisters and brothers, he escaped to the military then to college where he gained his PHD. Married with two kids, he lived for many years separate from his wife. The good doctor Lee worked in research then began his teaching career where he changed the lives of many young students.
More simple words that doesn’t tell you of all the friends and family that care. Lee was moved to hospice care today.
Lee’s VW next to one of Bob and Terry’s Mercs. Terry died this year also.