Bitterroot Amateur Radio

Bitterroot Amateur Radio

communicating through thick and thin

Fully Informed Jury

Fully Informed Jury

the alternative to a ruling elite

Libertarian Party

Libertarian Party

whatever floats your boat as long as it doesn't sink mine

Masking Children – unintended consequences

I cannot take credit for writing this, but I certainly am going to share it.

Something to be aware of! I would say a pretty good reason for children not to wear masks!

Imagine looking for a child in a sea of masks.

Do you know who this child is?

If you were on […]

New Days of the Week and Covid data reviewed

Love meeting my siblings on Zoom each week!

In the spirit of protests and political correctness I offer to change the days of the week to the following because that’s the best day of the week and should say so.

And… I am so proud of a local group: Stand Together For Freedom and […]

Found my father, finally, and 7 siblings!

I grew up telling people that my father died in the Korean War (1950-1953) I was born in 1952. I imagine now that it was my maternal grandmother telling me that. Later in life, when I asked my mother about him, she said “he looked and sang like Vic Damone.” Eventually, I learned that he […]

Fidget Quilt

This is a “Fidget Quilt” for dementia and alzheimers patients, with velcro, hook & eye, belt and loops, zipper, button, tie and braid activities. Made for mother-in-law who still has busy hands. Worked all day yesterday and finally finished today. Spent weeks collecting components that I didn’t already have on hand. I can see why […]

Darby Tigers Volleyball Schedule

driver training

Mackenzie has been bugging for driver training, or more accurately opportunities to drive – heck with the training.

Missy started lessons today.

Kenzie’s Crepes

Kenzie asked for crepes so we had to make them this morning. She is becoming adept with the cast iron waffle maker and at making lovely scrambled eggs. She likes adding shredded cheddar to them. too. Tonight the chicken in the crockpot didn’t get done in time so we made broiled steaks with mashed potatoes, […]

Soroptimist Ladies’ 90+ Tea 2018

 

 

Winner was lady 106!!! Marilyn just a junior at 92, didn’t make top 10. Had a fun time taking granddaughter Mackenzie with us.

Dominic (cowboy poet & mayor of Hamilton) directed car parking and as I returned to Saphire Home I shook his hand and congratulated him on the mayorship. Alene […]

Box from Lindy

Seven Gravenstein apples, 5 lemons, 3 potatoes, 2 zucchini, 2 lemon cucumbers (mom’s favorite!), 2 yellow crookneck squash, 2 pints of crab meat and one big jar of her apricot-pineapple jam. Wow!

The flowers are amazing! Wonderful that they will last a long time.

It made mom cry. She’s […]

Twins Daughters Reunited

I’ve been thinking about doing the DNA test to see if I can find my father or a connection to his family. Maybe because that is in the back of my mind, this closer tie has surfaced.

I always said that if God ever gave me more than one baby at a time that I would […]