It’s hard for me to call it winter with all the buds, blossoms and leaves and pollen around here, but I’ll go along with it out of sympathy for you snow bound folks.
Pneumonia: I’m on my fourth course of antibiotics and still not totally out of the woods, but I am a lot better.
But I guess age does have some benefits because while I was sick the boys finished the first concrete dome, built a charcoal furnace, finished the septic/bio-gas project, planted the early garden, wired the teaching pavilion and the stove shed with lights, rebuilt the rear end in the Suburban, plumbed the irrigation system, rebuilt all the creekside pumps, taught 3 groups of university students, and did all the mechanic work that came along while I was down.
Makes a guy feel almost un-needed. haha
Problem is they will soon grow up and get married and then I’ll have to wait for grand children to grow up.
Some of us are heading to PA tomorrow for a missions conference. Some will stay here and get ready for the spring/summer program season…
Life goes on…