Living along the bank of the Grand River on Abrigador Trail, we are now official river rats--meaning that we live in a floodplain. But the term means more than that since my initials spell rat--and the reflections are ones both in my mind and on the water.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Kayla's selfie of our little crowd of six
With grandkids in college with jobs and significant others, it's harder and harder to spend time together, but yesterday we were able to get Carlton and Kayla over for dinner, as well as Ariel, Kayla's boyfriend, and Robert, Carlton's co-worker, who lives with his family in El Paso, and was glad to have a home-cooked meal and spend time with a family away from home. This week we're hoping to get together with Sarah, John and kids, after weeks of not seeing them.