It was a small family Thanksgiving. Just Kathy, two of our three children, and me. No one else. The food was spectacular especially the cranberry mold. Oh and the turkey was good too.
Archive for November, 2008
We put our daily silverware in a wooden holder. We’ve had it for years and years. Since it has been that long it started to show its age. The wood was quite worn and pitted. So I’m on a role with stain and polyurethane, and thought I could help it out. I stained it, and put two coats of polyurethane on it. I think it turned out well, but it’s still pitted, but now it’s dark and shiny pitted – kinda gives it the antique feel.
I went in for a biopsy yesterday, and when they reviewed the ultrasound the lump had shrunk significantly. So no biopsy. I was told to return in one month for a recheck. I’m breathing easier right now.
Update: After one month the lump has totally disappeared. So I was sent home with a clean bill of health.
This past weekend Kathy and I traveled to Cape Cod to attend the wedding of Jennie C. and Alex K. Jennie C. is the daughter of our old Poughkeepsie next door neighbors, Susan and Ken, who we’ve continued to write, call, and visit ever since moving to Austin. We arrived on Thursday in Boston and drove down to Plymouth. The weather was great – clear, and crisp. While in Plymouth we saw the Mayflower II
Brian W., Rich P., Kathy W., Ken H., Betty H., and Evelyn P.
Susan C, Sarah C. (older sister), Jennie C., and Lisa C. (oldest sister)