emailed me their well wishes and prayers for my
We snapped this picture of him on his last trip out
before we sold the house this last summer.
Look at him.....he's almost 83 in this picture and
I have more wrinkles than he does!
He remains on life support at this time.
Pookie is designated as the person to make any decisions for him and
he just can't let go yet.
We all remain hopeful for that elusive miracle.
When we left abruptly in October, I gave my sweet neighbor
a key to the house,
and when we returned this last time, she had done this:
I just love my little house, it's one of my favorite things.
I wish I could just crawl in there and live all year long.
And she found one of my antique paper mache Santas:
She'd called me periodically to see if there was anything she
could do to help us.
One conversation I mentioned how I was going to miss all my
Christmas decorations and ornaments, but that I just wasn't
going to have time to decorate.
NEVER DREAMING in a million years that she would do this!
She even set the table and the little tree up in
the dining room. Just in case we had time
to have a nice dinner together or the kids came down
from Salt Lake City.
All my favorite things were present.....
My good china from Johnson Brothers, my antique crystal knife rests that I've been collecting for years.......my Grandmother's linens.
Pookie and I wish each and every one of you the happiest of holiday seasons.
We have learned not to stress over the small stuff and lifes little imperfections.
Just love and appreciate your family and friends, and the precious time you have with them.
All our love, hugs and best wishes to each and every one of you!
A special thank you to Miss LaDaun, for all your hard work.
We so love and appreciate you!