Thanksgiving seemed like a blur. It came and went very quickly. We celebrated with Kelly and Jon and the boys. Jon cooked 3 turkeys (not all for the same meal) and they turned out great.
The next week we had appointments and did some decorating.
Friday night we got into the spirit and drove downtown Norfolk to the Roper Performing Arts Center. We were treated with a great concert entitled “Across the Ages - A Celtic Christmas”. It featured two Scottish performers and a local group of singers called “The King’s Choir”.
Shona Donaldson and Paul Anderson
Donna Thomas leading the King’s Choir
We’ve also been able to tackle a couple of projects we’ve been meaning to get to. The first one was in my office. It only has dual prong electrical outlets so Pam and I installed a GFCI outlet and put a three prong in another outlet in the office. It was not a big deal except I had never done it.
This is right up Pam’s alley, so she showed me how do it and life is better and I have lamps and printers and such much better organized.
The other one was a storm door in front of the house. We wanted to do it earlier, but ran into some complications after the renovations were done on the house. Apparently the opening for our front door measured out to where it is not the standard 36" x 80”. That means a custom door is necessary which is almost double the price of a regular door. Hmmm. That didn’t sound too good.
We already knew we were going to get the door from Home Depot so we talked with them about installation. We figured that if something doesn’t work out, they would make it right. Another plus was that it would be done by professionals and not by a guy who knows enough just to be dangerous...🙂.
The Home Depot guy said the door opening may be different because it was “wrapped’ with aluminum siding. I removed the wrap and we had it re-measured. Sure enough, a standard sized door fit fine.
Today was the install day and we are happy with it.
The kids and grandkids are on the beach headed south for some beach time.
The boys having fun in a pile of leaves at home.
The boys enjoying warmer weather in Florida for a few days.
I’m very happy to report Pam’s internal radiation treatments are going well and she should be done by the end of the week!
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!
Thanks for the updates Randy. So glad to hear about the abundance of blessings you both have, especially that Pam will be done with radiation soon! Merry Christmas to you! ❤️ReplyDelete
Great news for Pam, so happy for you guys. Merry Christmas to you guys.ReplyDelete
So thankful Pam’s treatment is going well. So thankful to be able to get to know the two of you.ReplyDelete