September 27, 2011



This is Ted's parent's polebarn. Barns are going out of use so these polebarns are used for tractors and other equipement.

This barn is used for the tractor and at one time housed a motor home and boat.

I was busy all day getting ready for my trip. I did battle with more stinkbugs inside my house and squirted some outside while the misquotos ate me up. I also squirted the round-up on the entrance walk but now it is raining and all will have to be re-applied. Was going to cut the grass this afternnoon when it dried out but it rained again.

Dottie came to go over things so she could help Erin move in on Sunday. We grabbed a bite to eat at the Southside Cafe and then I went to Choral Society practice. I was really beat and got lost a few times but so did some others.

Robbie is moving back with his mother tomorrow so he will be able to care for Danny until Erin arrives.

News from the Vorlon Wife.

Posted by tedkarol at September 27, 2011 4:21 PM

Dear Karol, I know you're doing so much to get ready for your trip to MI. Doesn't it seem like more things go wrong when you're the very busiest? It will all work out okay Karol. Try not to get too tired before you make the trip though. Dave and I look forward to seeing you on Sat. Oct 1st. My fall has really complicated my life, but, we're surely going to do our very best to be there to honor Ted and support Phylis. You understand her pain and grief and will be a comfort to her. 68 years of being together is a long and wonderful time they were able to share so much together. However, it will also be a challenge everyday for her too. Wishing you a good trip and we're certainly hoping to see you. Love, Ruth

Posted by: Ruth at September 28, 2011 4:28 PM

I haven't been able to post. My link to publish is not working.

Posted by: karol at October 2, 2011 6:10 AM

Dear Friend - I have not stopped in to check on your blog for a long time. Got to thinking about you earlier today due to infestation of your old pests the STINK BUGS! We are in Virginia. RV is loaded with them. Don't know if VA has them or we brought them with us from NJ and our recent stay in Delaware. We were surely infested with them there.

I am sorry to read of the passing of your father-in-law. HUGS.


Posted by: Phyllis East at October 3, 2011 12:24 PM