I lost all my governor’s copy. Will give it up for now.
Also, without getting lost in the details, I think I can safely say we are saving some money with our Community Care RX program with the two pharmacies we do business with: Fand M Drugs in Ellsworth and Arbuthnot Drugs in Belleville. That’s the Medicare Part D pill insurance plan for the “elderly” that we selected.
There are some very good naval oranges on the market right now. Peeled and sliced with a little Splenda, they yield a yummy treat.
Dr. Slomka is heading to Europe for a couple of weeks and has tickets to the World Cup Soccer matches in Germany. He’s one happy guy. I’m not sure where I’d want to sit in the stadium, but I’m sure he knows. He was talking with Dane about it last night.
It just can’t rain in Ellsworth. They have downpours all around us while our ponds remain dry and the wheat is going to be one of the worst crops in history. There is a storm in progress south and east of Ellsworth right now, but nothing is going on here. It passed us again.
Our oldest grandson has moved from Manhattan to Kansas City. After three years in Manhattan, he was ready to get back to the city. He’s living in the heart of city/sports activity in the downtown area.
Mackenzie is going to get all her furniture, books, pictures and other personal possessions this weekend as Todd and Drew are going to move everything to Royse City for her. Everything has been in storage at Todd and Karen’s house, but now that Mackenzie and Luke have a house, they have room for her things. Maybe we’ll get things sorted out eventually. I’ve given away Dane’s suits, dress shirts, ties and polos, but there are many other things I need to find a home for so I can reclaim a bedroom. It’s such a slow process considering all the other things there are to do as well.
Brit just said he’s glad we visited New Orleans when we did. Me too. We don’t care about going back. We had some wonderful times there with my brother and family and at other times with Dane and Julie and friends. We’ve carried home a lot of good memories from there on several occasions.
Josh Svaty who represents Ellsworth and Saline Counties in the Kansas House of Representatives has filed for re-election. So far, no challengers have filed.
Joshua Svaty, 26, D-Ellsworth, filed earlier this month. The deadline to file for the Aug. 1 primary election is noon June 12.
Oops…it poured cats and dogs for a few minutes. How delightful! Todd said his gauge showed 3/4 inch.