The boys built a ski jump in our backyard and performed a few combinations.
Saturday, January 30, 2010
The boys froze their noses off today with a ultra cold day with wind....
1. Luiz, Yago, & Jordan, 2. Yago, 3 Luiz, 4. Yago
Posted by Rich at 10:31 AM
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Monday, January 25, 2010
My sister Barbara and I had a good time today. We went and bought earrings and also enjoyed a sunset together from the 9th floor of their condo. Tomorrow, doctor's visits and other errands. This evening, I made a chicken dinner for Barbara and Ken, and we spoke with their daughter Kim on her birthday.
Posted by Rich at 7:10 PM
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Posted by Rich at 5:03 PM
The boys are moving things into Connie and Ben's home in preparation for Rich's trip to Texas. They will stay with the Venskus Family for a week while Rich helps out at his sister and brother-in-law's home.
Yago's dress belies the 30 degree F weather... And why do you have a cold, Y2?
Posted by Rich at 4:59 PM
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Our neighborhood friend Gayle fired up her snowblower this morning to open up the driveway of The Sullivan Family, our soon-to-be neighbors from the state of Massachusetts. Gina, Gregory, Miles, and Garrett will be moving later on this spring. WELCOME! Gregory makes cottage furniture and manages the business side via Internet. Gina grew up in the Maine town of Saco and has longed to return to The Pine Tree State. Miles is a guitar-playing, 9th grade scientist and Garrett is a 6 year old who is intrigued by everyanything. All of us on our little piece of Prospect Avenue are thrilled to have another artist move into our neighborhood. To view Gregory's well-crafted furniture, just go to his website at www.sippicancottagefurniture.com
Posted by Rich at 8:23 AM
While most schools in central and eastern Maine are not in session today because of the snowstorm, good old Mountain Valley High School and other schools to our west are open. The boys waited patiently for Connie to arrive after shoveling the front steps for Jimbo our letter carrier. Naturally, Luiz and Yago are thrilled beyond words to be heading to school today!
Posted by Rich at 8:16 AM