Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there. Today for Mother's Day my two daughters and families are taking me to Half Moon Bay for a day at the beach and lunch. It will be about a 3 hour drive each way, so a long day, but I plan to enjoy every single minute. I am riding over with my one daughter and husband, and two grandsons, and maybe a girlfriend. It has been over three years since I have been able to breath in the ocean air.
My brother-in-law Roger left on Friday night. We spent the week going through John's things. In the closet drawers John had 32 pairs of cargo shorts. We divided his tee shirts and sweatshirts amongst my son-in-law and two grandsons. Two of John's favorite jackets I am having relined for them as the lining was frayed.
Today I went through 2 cabinets that John had different things in. They contained 3 broken printers, 2 VHS movie players, numerous cables, speakers. Then there were the boxes of paperwork with numerous resumes and cover letters going back to 1981. There were numerous orientation booklets for various jobs, trade fairs he worked at when he was selling laboratory, medical equipment and fermenters for bioresearch.
My girls gave me this urn to put John's ashes in. It is just beautiful.
Grandson Keaton broke a a finger this week during La Cross. So he will be sitting out the rest of the season plus water polo.