Here's a picture of Graysen, the young man at the AT&T store, as he and Forry are anxious to see if the new aircard is going to work. I think much of Forry's white hair has come from the last few days!
Today we went over to the mailroom to get the package of mail that Daughter Mary Mae had sent along with our prescriptions from Group Health. As that's all the mail we were expecting, we were able to go over to the office to return our mail key AND get my $5 deposit back.
Yesterday we had made a successful stop at a bead store picking up a few things, but it was too late to go to the silver shop Forry had found earlier in the week. Today we went back. They close at noon on Saturdays, so we only had a half hour there (which was probably a good thing!). Forry bought some 22 gauge silver to use for making broochs plus some silver for bracelets and some for making bezels around stones. Now, we've got to stay still long enough to get something done with all these makings.
Last night I was able to trim the basil and thyme in my garden and add it to our salads! It's been just about a month since I planted the hydroponic garden the girls gave me for Christmas --it was neat to finally pick some of it.
Tomorrow we will be moving to an RV park in Mesa where we will meet up with an old friend from Spokane who is going to be there all week for a wood-turners convention. We'll be catty-corner from them in the RV park, so it should be fun.