the fruits of our labor . . .
Four jars of elderberry juice, a bucket of green beans and some pears to make a fruit torte . . .
I fixed supper at Hogslat --
baked beans in tortillas
Ellis and Jorgan continued on with their job of blowing insulation in the attic of this gigantic building. They got a good start on Saturday afternoon.
Krysta and I drove over to Dad and Mom's place and caught up on their trip to North Dakota.
That's where we got the beans and pears.
Now we are on our way home to get Krysta to bed. =)
Did I tell you about the experiment our school is doing? The four day school week . . .
so far it is working quite nicely. We are still getting used to it.
School starts at 8:00 a.m.
Students get done at 3:15 p.m.
I am getting into the swing of driving bus again. I rode with Dad a couple days to learn his route, then I could fill in for him when he went to ND on Friday.* Ellis and I are supposed to get our permits for air brakes and then schedule practice time and get licensed. Bus 7 is going to have air brakes.
Good night! Sleep tight! Don't let the bed bugs bite!
*Dad and Mom went to the funeral of an old family friend. They left Friday and came home Sunday.