Jim spent another day, well, six hours working on the new device, getting it to talk to our router. Oboy! When electronics get mad at you they stay mad for hours.
Sandee and I spent time on her computer with me showing her how to organize pictures. She had some other pesty problems with it her new laptop, and Jim, my resident expert, fixed them for her. When he helps me with MY computer he always sings a little song and does a dance. “Its so nice to have an engineer around the house…” So, I told him he had to dance for Sandee.
Sandee had therapy early in the day and her meds were delivered to her door mid morning. She had polio as a child and has difficulties related to post polio syndrome that comes back to haunt you when you are older. She must have infusions. A nurse comes to the house and administers them to fight the affects of myasthenia gravis. Life ain’t easy, but it’s a gift.
I mentioned how multi-talented she is. I took a photo of this neat little ceramic device she made for her desk, to hide the mass of black cords that now, no longer show against a white wall.
Another ceramic piece she did is the back of this indian’s head.
When she moved to Arizona, she really got into Western art and I’d roughly estimate she has 1,000 artifacts and art pieces visible in her house and yard.
A leather wrapped Indian spear frames numerous pieces with a western hat collection above it.
We will move on to a Moose Club south of Tuscon. In fact, it was 34 degrees and snowing in Tuscon last night. I guess Jim won’t be dancing and singing if we run into it on the road this morning.
We are moving just around the bend to visit some fascinating places.