Happy birthday, Nanny June!
Eighty-nine and still so sharp.
Della and George enjoy playing on this gate.
Della says she might want to be a trapeze person or acrobat-er when she grows up.
Playhouse in progress.
D&G were sweeping these petals into piles and then transferring them in boxes to their room where they spread them all over everything including in their dresser drawers. Della said, “I keep getting in trouble but I’m a very good girl so I don’t know why!!”
And this is one of the chicks they “incuvated” in Della’s kindergarten classroom.
Our good friend Walter died on April 27, exactly two years after our arrival in Utah. Della says: “Our family doesn’t feel the same.”
George used his money from grandma to buy…another bouncy horse. He has four now.
Della took this picture of us at our old stomping grounds, Reed College!
It was 8:30 a.m. when we arrived. We told the kids to be quiet because the 20-year-olds were sleeping.
George said, why are they sleeping at their school? We said, because they live here. He said, they’re orphans?!?
We were struck by what a nice place Reed is, especially when we toured the library, where we found a few hidden beers.
Now we’re back home, just doing the usual.