I had the most wonderful Christmas this year. Four of my five children were here for Christmas and 8 of my 12 grandchildren were home. Then Heather also had her in laws and her brother in law at her house.
We had a gathering at our house on Christmas eve. We opened a few presents then with my grandson, Rickie, because he was working on Christmas day. The rest of us got to open one package which was new pj’s that Grandma got for everyone.
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I am still in Gig Harbor, Washington helping my daughter, Sarah, after her foot surgery. This has been a few days of learning.
First, Sarah has to learn to ride her new wheeler.
Next, we had jump class staring Willow Continue reading “Learning New Things”
Sitting on the couch as the house shakes, never looking up from what you are doing as you say to your husband, “I guess that was an earthquake.” He replies, “Yep”. No big deal just part of life in Alaska. The next morning you read in the paper that it was a 6.2 earthquake with the center in the Aleutian Chain. We forget up here when we see so much damage from smaller quakes that we are so spread out that it doesn’t really cause much damage to the cities and people. We are lucky in that way. I wonder if a tree falls in the woods does it make a sound when no one is there to hear it.
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We went on another road trip with our friends to Sterling and Soldotna with our friends.
We went to visit their son Jared in Sterling. Boy does he look like a real mountain man living in the woods with his wife. They even live in a log cabin.
We got to go to the Kenai River too. There were people fishing but we didn’t see any fish.
Then we met Brodie who is one of their granddaughters. She was visiting from Washington with her mom, Tiffany.
Brodie even shared her cotton candy with us.
It was a lot of fun visiting Soldotna and Sterling. Can’t wait to see where we go next.