Our friend, Bill, is not doing so hot. He has a blood infection, a bladder infection and gout in the leg that had been gout free. Jo is going to med evac him home to St. Louis and we'll do whatever we can to make sure this goes as easy as possible in any way we can. As Dorothy said, "There is no place like home".
We spent most of the day running from one end of the county to the other. Our dryer shot craps and the washer's spin cycle is poor at best. These came with the house and the previous owners probably bought them new ten years ago so it is time. Our new ones come tomorrow and the dryer already has a home where hopefully someone can fix it and get some use out of it.
I found two boxes of papers more for the garage sale here (address available upon request firstname.lastname@example.org)on March 5. That brings my total to 3 very very big boxes plus the Wishblade I am selling for 75.00 or best offer.
So, hoping tomorrow is more of a gold day than today but "even cowgirls get the blues" ya know!