Pecan Grove ( Pecan Grove and Senior Residence

March 31, 2013

March 2013

Filed under: Pecan Farming — knewman @ 4:27 pm

Everyone at PG is doing well.  Spring has sprung!  We’re enjoying the beautiful spring flowers.  The following pictures show some blue bonnets and the view across the pecan orchard.  The pecan trees haven’t budded yet, but the rest of the trees are out.

Bule BonnetsView across orchard

Destiny had a birthday in March.  Here are pictures of her with her cake, and then with Mary Jane, Brisy and Virginia.

Destiny birthday IMG_1763

We were glad for another visit from Martha Houston.  Here she’s shown with Esther and then with Mary Jane.

Esther and Martha Martha and Mary Jane

We’ve had many other visitors this month including Emma (shown with Esther), Don and Lydia, Ray and Lyle, the Overby’s (Wayne, Dawn and Lorna), Bill and Louisa Ennis, Bud and Mary Aldrich, David and Rita Miller and Bernard Blomker.  The last picture in this set is of two French girls who came to visit, Elisa (Mille) Herd with her 2 boys, Isaac and James, and Kristina Roudiy.  We met at Kristina’s parents home near Paris part of the time we lived there in the early 90’s.

Esther and Emma Don Reynolds, Lidia Morales Ray and Lyle Overbys Bill Louisa Ennis, Roger, Bud Mary Aldrich Millers with Barbara Residents with Bernard Blomker

Samuel Valdez turned 50.  Noe came and cooked on a discada again (at the Valdez home).  They invited everyone on the farm plus several more for lunch.  Then they repeated it for supper with about 50 of the Spanish friends from south Houston.  The food and fellowship were wonderful.  Here are some pictures…

Samuel and Conchita P1030601 Noe cooking Residents at Valdez home

Roger’s older brother Elton and his son David are currently here from PA.  Here are some pictures, including one of Elton making a garbage run with Jack.

Roger, Elton, David Cleveland Elton Roger Naomi Elton and Jack - garbage run

Thanks to all who care for us here.







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