Her green beans didn't do at all.
She has quite a few fall crocus clumps. Visit for little over and hour. Told me about her son Murphen trouble with his first ex wife.
It seem like she likes to use there son to get even with Murphen
Plus she gather up quite a few bedding. For all the years I known her they always found a family to help out.
This year I got the Hope House and local food bank. I'm strongly considering helping out two of Alice Grandchildern. Jarret and Aaron for next year.
The only tree that barred fruit was our Italian Prune.
By the look of things we are either going to can them in pints or dry them but not both.
As for becoming healthier. It was an ok day. Lunch was little better then yesterday because a little more thought went in to it. Ice cream cone and a shrimp burrito with plenty of veggies.
Dinner was the best. Some one gave us some blue back or known as KOKANEE, land lock salmon. My uncle Bossco use to fish for them and smoked it.
I might as well confess...I finish up the pear pie only one large piece left. Not going to post about what I should of done.
Today I wrote out two cards for my pen pals. Both of the cards are going over seas. And I put a few stickers in each card
My next card is heading off to SOUTH WALES a place called "Fleur De Lis" I believe this card I got at SANDPOINT SUPER DRUG I like this one it reminds me when I was young and starting grade school. I wore paisley jumpers.
Still working on the Shirley side. My mothers mothers family. At this time I'm gathering info on my Great Grand father "Charles Shirley" siblings. It looks like his parents John and Hannah "Ross" Shirley had 10 children.
This Hannah Shirley, called Annie born in Pennsylvania on Feb 1862 the civil war was going on. She died April 28, 1935
Married to Tom Hurley. As far as I can see they had two children a boy and girl.
Annie was a member of Children Missionary Society but not sure though which religious organization. Looks like the next older Sister Clara and brother in law Tom are Quakers.
Coffee is on