As of the first of October, hubby will have been in the nursing home a year. A year of roller coasters for me, with job ending, going into forced retirement, eye surgery the other eye surgery being scheduled as I
write this blog. I have 20/30 vision in my left eye. Typing is a little fun so I wear my glasses with one lens popped out. I have the border on one tea towel to finish and then just one left to do on my custom order.
The picture is a little far away, but Matt is trying to get Fergie to kick the ball between two cones in a trail competition. He accomplished that and they got first place. He has been riding brother's horse since he was thrown from his. This was the last horse show of the season. I kinda miss going to watch the kids ride.
The kids carrying our flags are Miss Baylee, the queen, Miss Emmlie, the princess, and my grandson Jake. He has carried the flags several times this summer. It gives you a great sensation when you see the kids doing that.
School has been in session a month and it makes you wonder where the summer has gone. Of course, I had my oldest grandson helping me most of the summer, which was fun. I still hear about how I spoiled him. Isn't that what grandparents are suppose to do?
My youngest grandson is playing fall ball. He is going to be grandma's babysitter when I have my right eye surgery. He didn't want me to come home the last time. I told him I would be back.
We have lots of things to do this weekend. The Southside fall festival .the LeBlond carnival is here, plus music fest down town. The southside festival is full of entertainment with lots of crafts. I want to go one day, but I am not sure that I will get to do it. LeBlond is our catholic high school.
Well it is time I need to head up to see hubby for the afternoon. Take care and I will eventually get caught up with you.