Went to Brownwood yesterday to deliver some parts for an engine swap for my son's truck, and visit the kids and grand kids. As we wen...
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Saturday, January 26, 2013
LONG 7 WEEKS
Before Christmas, I had a health problem develop, that just got straightened out, finally, so now I'm sort of back in the saddle, almost as good once as I ever was as the song goes.
Christmas, death in the family, daughter's house fire, son's house fire, yes, they both had a house fire within 3 days of each other, son sustained some injuries, but not serious getting the kids out, my problem, Pinkie,Patti's dog turned diabetic on us, almost lost her..good grief, what a list.
I hope and pray it's all behind us now, I'm ready for a breather!
Got a new Colt 1911 Gov't model .38 Super, for Patti, but have been unable to find any ammo yet, although we are both anxious to shoot it. Ammo is pretty much non existent of late, and probably will be for a while. I hope she can handle it, and move away from her 9mm, if not, I guess I'll have another new pistol!
I will give you a report when we get to shoot it.
After 5 months of pestering the city about paying us for the damage we sustained when the sewer air locked, they have finally succumbed and agreed to pay 33% of the claim, which is more than I thought we would ever see.
Will try to touch base in a more timley fashion, thanks for stopping in.