I want to thank all of our Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel for your service. It is because of you that we all get to live the life we do and enjoy the freedoms we have in this country.
We are getting settled in at our place in North Ranch near Congress, AZ and back to our usual activities. Ms. Pat was in extreme demand as a Line Dance Instructor and she was anxious to get back to one of here favorite activities. She also hasn’t been able to finish a little “Lap Quilt” that she started in Custer, so she got started on that again. Moving daily down the road in an RV makes it difficult to do any quilting, so sitting up her sewing room was one of her priorities.
Just last night she announced to Ms. Megabyte2 and I that she had completed the “Lap Quilt”. Her projects keep getting a little bigger. First the Table Runner, then Baby Quilts and now this. I think it is beautiful.....don’t you?
This is the back side of her Quilt……… Good job Girl! Well done. I am afraid to think what will be next. I do know that she is anxious to get back out to the shooting range and join the group of gals she shoots with. She will start that on Tuesday afternoon.
You guessed it !! Yep, I’m back in my shop doing what I love to do…………making bullets. We have all these .45 ACP guns now, so I’m getting set up to reload them. I have only loaded .40 S&W so far. So this will be fun and a new experience. Gotta be careful, don’t want too big of a BANG!!
It is with deep sadness that I must report the passing of our good friend and faithful follower of this Blog, Sherry Dilworth. Sherry and Charlie had been constant blogging buddies for a long time and we were fortunate to have them visit us at our place in the Black Hills of South Dakota during the summer of 2011. In August of that year Charlie and I were initiated into the Elks Lodge together at the Escapade in Gillette, WY.
Sherry was on the long list waiting for a Lung transplant and this Fall she was finally called for her transplant. Although her life had been a struggle the past few years, she was sure that with her new lungs, she would be able to continue the life of full-timing that she so loved and enjoyed. She was a fighter and really fought a long battle. For a while, we all thought she had won this terrible battle but God had another plan. On Friday, November 9th, she passed on to that wonderful RV Park in Heaven.
I’m sure gonna miss her encouraging and friendly comments on my Blog. Charlie and their family are in our thoughts and prayers. May Sherry rest in peace as I know she is.
It was a GREAT WEEK!!!!
God Bless you all, please come on back when you can stay longer…..
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