Had a lovely walk out into Makoshika this morning. The birds were raising quite a ruckus -- wish I could send you the sounds I hear --couple geese flying overhead were honking up a storm; meadowlarks, of course; and assorted other birds as well. Remember the movies The Librarian? He had to learn the language of the birds to find his treasure. The sun was very warm -- summer like, but no complaints. When I got home I rested a little on my porch and greeted others out walking. Took a shower and am tidying up the house a little.
Tomorrow I preach in Savage MT and then will drive as far as Bismarck before going on to Minneapolis. It is a turn-around trip -- in one day and out the next, but I have some items I want to get to Samantha as I continue my downsizing. Then in a couple weeks it will be to head to Cheyenne for Abby's graduation and a visit to Aunt Dorothy in Denver. Abby and Evan had a piano recital last week. It was her senior recital. Hated to miss it.
Still no takers on my house. I suppose I am too impatient but I want to get on to the next part of my life. The downsizing has been good and I have really cut down. I imagine when I do move into the house there will be another purge as I adjust to the room I have.