Well my grandfather is doing much better. Yes, we were all shocked. My father drove to Boise because he thought his father was dying. They had only given him a 1% chance to live, but lo and behold the old man has a very strong will and has defied all the professionals. Apparently all the doctors & nurses are shaking their heads wondering how he could have survived. We are all pretty happy to say the least.
In other news...My daughter, myself & my father went to Pendleton, OR for the holiday weekend. Every Memorial day his family gets together for a small family reunion. We swam, stood next to a moving train, ate great food, visited, played on the tractors, toured the small towns, saw evidence of the Oregon Trail, and generally had a great time. But most of all, each of the great aunts & uncles were in good health, which is always the biggest blessing.
Rose Festival is coming! I have always loved the Rose Festival season. I have always attended as many events as possible during the season, but lately I haven't been able to attend as much as I would have liked to. Hopefully this year I will at least be able to attend the Grand Floral parade. I really think my daughter would have a great time.
That about wraps up my thoughts for today.