In a year where most of us had dismal crops due to poorly timed frosts in the spring, the Gere’s apples in S. Montrose were a bumper crop. Did Paul have something to do with this? Rain threatened and at times the dark clouds loomed, but generally the weather behaved. The congenial crowd worked tirelessly […]
Robert L. Peck (Larry to his family, Bob to his friends) was a scientist. In his early life he focused on organic chemistry. In later life he focused on geology and paleontology. Specifically, he collected fossils near his home in southeastern West Virginia. At the time of his death the fossils filled 20 Smithsonian cabinets […]
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Bill and I had a wonderful time visiting Chelsea, et al, in San Diego. Seeing Lachlan as a “big boy” swimming and diving in a pool, crazy big spider, chickens, beach day and a cool ride in Cole’s new Tesla were all high points.
Yesterday was a wonderful celebration of Bev’s 85th birthday. We had visitors all afternoon and into the early evening.
Lachlan went to Apple Hills and fed the goats and giggled.
Today marks the 42nd anniversary of the death of my mother, Marian Greene McLean. Her presence and absence in my life has been defining in many ways. I revisit her devotions periodically and find new things each time I hear her voice. You may listen to her devotions using the link below. You are missed! […]
We had a lovely gathering in Binghamton for Dad’s 93rd birthday. Morgan and Alonso came up from NYC with both a cake and a pie! Always room for more sweets. And we had a wonderful FaceTime with the west coast – so much joy in connection. A special gift from Bev was a framed photograph […]