RIP, Rep. Elijah Cummings
"He worked until his last breath because he believed our democracy was the highest and best expression of our collective humanity and that our nation’s diversity was our promise, not our problem"
----Maya Rockeymore Cummings
"Those in the highest levels of the government must stop invoking fear, using racist language and encouraging reprehensible behavior. It only creates more division among us and severely limits our ability to work together for the common good."
----Rep. Elijah Cummings
Definitely assorted messages in this image!
|Still some color and fun stuff to be found in fall wanderings.|
To Sefo, the father of the triplets and husband to our niece Laura: hope you have a happy and memorable day of celebration.
|To brother Jim who celebrates his birthday tomorrow. Hope your birthday is something special, Little Bro.|
Remember when Sandpoint used to host a phenomenal annual Draft Horse and Mule Show at the local fairgrounds?
Kinda miss that.
I truly hope the day does not come when we nostalgically remember when Sandpoint once hosted a phenomenal music festival every year.
That would be sad.
|A trail ride with sisters Laurie and Barbara at Ginter Wildlife Management Area. |
I'm thinking it may have been Dusty's (Barbara's gelding) first ever trail ride.
|A fun spot along the trails at Farragut State Park.|
There was a time when I occasionally rode Lily in horse shows---always the easy classes.
Lily did pretty well, but she's not really in to show rings.
My sister Laurie helped me through this ride.
|Memories of the grandpups, Brooke and Todd, when they first came to Sandpoint.|
Happily, they are still doing okay.
Our family's first home in Sandpoint---214 Euclid.
The town has changed a lot, but this house hasn't.
We left this home and moved to the country in 1950. Sadly, not a trace of our presence there at the North Boyer farm remains.