Well, things change but life goes on. On Friday we signed the papers selling the Landing, moved out of the building
and took down the flag, that has indicated we are in residence, for the last time.
Saturday morning we got our Covid boosters and talked to an old friend from my hometown at Walmart. Gordon’s dad was my “schoolbus” driver, actually picking us up in his car. We had a fun visit with him.
Jadelyn’s volleyball team played in the 2A sub-state volleyball tournament in Hillsboro on Saturday afternoon. We’ve enjoyed their games all season and this tournament did not disappoint us. Those girls are fighters! I wasn’t sure any of those in the crowd would be able to talk this morning after all the screaming and cheering. Our Cardinal ladies took second in the finals in an extremely hard fought battle. Until next fall, Cardinals!
While at the tournament, we met up with one of our Melton cousins. Not the best picture, but it was good to see Dan again. I grew up with his dad and aunts in north central Kansas.
We’re getting ready for Trunk or Treat at our church next weekend. We’ve done it a time or two before and it’s always fun to see the neighborhood and church kids in all their costumes. They enjoy it so much.
We are still parked on the property until we leave for Arizona, with permission of the new owners. They have moved their camper trailer into the building until they, too, leave for Arizona. A friend who lives down the road commented on seeing us parked outside and I told her we’re just squatters now! Seems strange, but change often is.