There’s a definite mental lag going on since we arrived back to Sonnystone Acres. It’s always a Jump from the Magic that is Disney to Real Life, hence my whining all the way home that we should have stayed longer.
Then there’s the inevitable inner dialogue “Last Monday we were at Magic Kingdom, Last Tuesday we were at Epcot” all week long as I wash clothes and clean out the Rolling Sonnystone… I’ve made a half-movie, downloaded all the Memory Pass photos for the other half. I still have to organize my pins. I bought new frames and have this year’s collection on display… (after a frenzy of dusting)
Bright Yellow Forsythias greeted us as we pulled into the driveway…our yard is covered with meadow flowers and many of our daffodils are in bloom.
As soon as I could, I brought the surviving plants out of the shed.
I’m full of garden plans, looking forward to resurrecting my garden blog… This week I will return to the Ancestry blog with plans to crank out a half-dozen or so posts.
Ya’ll know about my Uncle Junior dying while I was gone. Sadly, my good friend Nu-Nu also died, buried the same day as Junior. They were central to my “old folks tour” when I would take a day and drive over to Grayville and up to Albion and spend time with them. When Nu-Nu moved to a nursing home in Mt. Carmel it took me a bit to “find” her, but I managed to get over there a couple of times, too. I had tried to call her at Christmas, but got no answer; sent her a birthday card 2/24. I don’t know any details of her passing, but she was 92 years old with bad lungs since childhood. I will miss our visits.
I guess I need to find some new old people to befriend…