Quilts and OraJel . . .

Once again we gathered at Robbi’s, for breakfast, and unfortunately, to say a temporary goodbye to Brandi, Lowell, and sweet little Landon. We met at 8 am instead of our usual 9 so they could get an early start back to St. Louis to catch their flight to Houston.

Brandi was worried because Landon was teething and really fussy this morning, very unusual for him. The last thing she wanted was to be the mother with the screaming baby on the airplane, but after some OraJel, and a little Benedryl, he was his usual cheerful self and slept the whole flight.

We won’t see them again until we’re back in Houston right before Thanksgiving, so we’ll have to make do with regular Skype sessions between now and then.

After breakfast and goodbyes, Jan headed back to Debbie’s so they could do some quilt-making, and I drove back to the rig to work on some projects.

A little after 3 pm I drove back over to Debbie’s to meet up with them for supper. As it turned out, the restaurant where we ended up was in Greenville, not too far from our RV park, so after dinner we just came home.

We’ll do our usual breakfast tomorrow morning, but with a smaller crowd.


Thought for the Day:

Giving politicians more tax money is like giving addicts free drugs to cure their addiction.



One Response

  1. Howdy Greg,

    Whatz with this Oragel and Benedryl jazz?? Dip his pacifier in green-

    label Jack Daniels and he’ll go right to sleep !! Don’t give’im those

    chemicals!! Give’im pure natural American made products..

    Smooth roads, clear skies & balmy breezes !!!!!!!!!!

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