I am sad you don’t get emails from my Gram.
I read this one over and over, and then several times out loud to different audiences because it is that good. I wish she would start a blog, so everyone could read about the musicians removing their caps because of unpredictable weather at a church service and because they were facing the east. I didn’t make any changes because I want you to read it exactly like I did (the first, second, and fifth times).
Caroline and Patrick, do we have a new address? Since I don’t do a lot on Facebook of a personal nature, I would like to have an address! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! We had church in the park yesterday. When they moved the music equipment to the stage the sun was shining and when we got there at 10; it was still shining, but when the service started at 10:15, the clouds had appeared and the musicians removed their caps as they were facing the east. Service, grill meat, sit down to meat and salad and dessert lunch. As we finished and were visiting, it began to sprinkle, the music equipment and table and chairs got moved back to the church very rapidly before it began to sprinkle in earnest. Here in Griswold Iowa, we have had rain EVERY SINGLE DAY. At least 6 inches for the week. Good for some thingss, like the corn and beans, but hard on my dahlia flowers. The Raspberries are BIG at the beginning of their fall season. And we will have apples. But the squirrels like the delicious ones, they nibble and they then fall to the ground and that’s it. Sounds like your apartment is just right according to what I heard from someone. The right size for pancake mondays, right distance from the train, close to old pancake friends, etc. etc. Got any pictures? Patrick, one night the girls were fixing supper while Cindy was on skype and they burned the bacon! She couldn’t believe it and they were standing right there! ! ! ! ! ! Love, Gram
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