Wednesday, February 27, 2008


to "BABY UIBLE" today........Roberta the poster (who keeps looking for new posts)

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Another from Famous American's Day

The auspicious Crowson Children...or is that really Walt Disney as a 10 year old?

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Here I thought I would be #1, but now I am #3

I was going to be the first to post in February, to make sure the blog was still in business......but I am happy to be #3 in line! It appears the Arizona computers are the first to post......

We are enjoying the new-found warm weather, having been for a bike ride the last few days! We want to be ready for the 12 mile bike ride in Glendale in April!

Let's plan a trip to Whole Foods, as Sid says he is never found a grocery yet that he didn't like! He does have a doctor's appointment tomorrow, which after that I plan to start planning some trips for us. The first week in March (or is it the second?) I am off to a Tops retreat in Prescott. I plan to take plenty of warm clothes with me, as well as some extra food too!

More later, the bicycle is calling me........Roberta the poster

Whole Foods

Next get-together - I've been thinking it would be great to make a field trip to a restaurant near Whole Foods. I'm not sure what is near there to eat - 10810 N Tatum Blvd or 3933 E. Camelback Rd - both are about 24 miles from here. It does seem a bit far just for a meal, but on the other hand, it seems even further just to go there to go grocery shopping.

On the other hand, I know Sid has a doctor's appointment in Scottsdale - or Scottsburg as Roberta likes to refer to it - tomorrow. Maybe? 8688 East Raintree Drive, Scottsdale, AZ

Busy? Winter doldrums?

Among the myriad (trying to keep up our college reading level) of reasons for no posts in the last twelve days, I'd claim the first over the doldrums. However, it has been below normally cold here and in response to the shivery weather I have spent less time at the computer. Besides, I'm sure my level of "busyness" is way below most other younger readers of this blog, and Mom and Dad keep busy out in SCW also.
Wendy and I are going to the VNSA (Volunteer Nonprofit Service Association) booksale today, an annual Saturday/Sunday affair held at the fairgrounds, where over 600,000+ used books are up for sale, mostly cheap -- and Sunday is half price day making them even more of a bargain. My hope is to find maps, post cards, and other overlooked treasures that may still remain.

Items from Uible photo album