The 7 residents at PG are finishing the year well. I forgot to mention last month that Bea went on a 6 day cruise with Virginia. Not bad for 96 and nearly blind! Esther has started telling folks she’s 16. She’s going to make it to 100 (next September) or die trying!
The first picture below (taken today – Dec 31) of the residents: Doris, Bea, Esther and Naomi in front, Betty, Jean and Teresa in back. The second picture is of the residents with those of us that were there for lunch, including my sister Ronda and her husband Mike from Arkansas.
Today is mom’s 83rd birthday. Yesterday Liz Wilbur brought Jerry and Kathleen Fredrick to visit. The Milles children and grandchildren were also here, with Mike and Ronda.
Samuel and Conchita are with Ronda and Mike in the first picture, in the house Ronda and Mike used to live in at PG… now rented by Samuel and Conchita. Scotty and Dorothy Scott visited with their daughter Glenda Kadir and her children (who live in Dubai) and their son-in-law Galen Grillo (who lives in California).
Terry (all hat and no cattle) Hoffman’s family visited from Wisconsin and Georgia. Ron and Anna Furrow (Brendan’s parents from Ohio) came to visit with Karla, the twins and Evren. Esther is always glad to see folks from Ohio.
Mary Sitton brought Bernie and Sarah Hatchett for dinner on Christmas day. These pictures show Mary with Hector, Conchita and Samuel, then Betty with Sarah and Bernie.
Sisters Betty Goss and Mary Stanton visited their old friends, Betty and Bea. Lyle and Ginger Meyer and their 3 – Jessica, Austin and Blake – were down from Minnesota.
Howard and Mary Ann Colson and Wayne and Dawn Overby babysat our residents so the staff could go to a holiday dinner. Ava and Oscar Waldo enjoy Naomi.
Our road signs (needed for 911) were installed.
Terry made a Texas slab at the bottom of the flag pole. There are still a lot of pecans on some of the trees! We’re to busy (or lazy) to bother with them.
Good progress was made on the Mille home… rafters were going up today. Our place was started in January… windows are going in now. That retaining wall turned out to be a lot of work!
Dominique took these pictures one frosty morning.
Happy New Year! Thanks for your interest in PG.