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The plan for today was to drive to Camp Verde this morning for a get together for my father in law's birthday. He would have been 83 today.

Tom took his car to emissions early this morning and had a flat on the way home. I picked him up and my car started making a strange sound. We made it home and it died. So needless to say we're staying home since we all can't fit on the motorcycle.

So my Saturday will consist of laundry and cleaning.

I did have a good day yesterday visiting my niece. Makenna loves playing with her cousins - it was an afternoon of painting pumpkins and running around the back yard.




Have a great Saturday!


If we are ever to enjoy life, now is the time, not tomorrow or next year ... Today should always be our most wonderful day.
Thomas Dreier

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