Shiloh, IL (Hi 60 Lo 42)
It's getting cooler and staying that way. We're still in danger of severe storms this time of year, but so far so good.
This has been a very busy week. Last Saturday I went to a church craft fair. They had several tables of crafters and was laid out basically the way I did mine for five years in Florida. I signed up for next October.
I have a couple chances to move back to Florida, but with my mind running hundreds of miles per hour and just changing everything to apartment address I'm staying here for at least a year. I've had many tell me not to make decisions for a year and it's best to just wait it out. I may be surprised on how the winter will be, but I have heat and roof over my head for a cold winter. Our son is close-by and if I move to Florida I may not get the help I'll really need for health problems. It's one moment at a time.
My sister ordered a super blanket that says it all. I put it in the chair and the way the picture is laid out it's like Jim is sitting beside me. It's been helpful at night. (Click on the photos to enlarge).
Thursday I helped with a church function slicing potatoes. It was for Oktoberfest they were having that afternoon. I've never seen so many potatoes in one place. I think it was 500 pounds to be made into mashed potatoes. They also had green beans and sauerkraut. There were a lot of people getting potatoes prepared and it was fun to talk.
The big bag of potatoes one of many are in front of the table in this picture.