The shine has dulled just a bit on the "New Year". Our "blogging break" was not intentional. While we had some things scheduled to post, we have been a bit scarce. Now, I am trying to
Bill is back on the road, battling weather and roads. He is pretty amazing. I could not do what he does. But, I have been busy in his absence and wish he were here.
My dryer quietly passed away on January 1st. It is barely three years old. The technician came out on January 2nd, but was unable to resuscitate it. So, he had to order a new motor. This gives thought to the old adage, "Parts is parts." It is not quite accurate in all situations.
While my dryer was having part's issues, Kenzie was, too. Also on January 1st, it seems she may have passed a kidney stone. She seems better, but, she is now being closely monitored for kidney/urinary function. It is too soon to be sure exactly what is happening. Kenzie will be eleven on February 9. Prayers are appreciated.
So, we are working on polishing this new year. Between worn out parts and polishing my slightly tainted new year, I have been a little busy. The blog break was unintentional. Thanks for sticking with me. I will be around in the next day or so to catch up with what I can. I do not give up easily. As Bill says, "The impossible just takes a little longer."