Friday, April 20, 2012

A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That

Alan survived his two days of working, but his ankle -- the heel bone he broke in '08 -- really bothered him at the end of the day.  Whenever he's on his feet for a good portion of the day, it hurts and makes it difficult for him to walk.  He came home wanting to soak it in hot water.  After he rests it, he's okay, but it happens every time when he spends a lot of time on his feet.

On Wednesday, he and his co-worker moved all the shelving and products (12 feet) to make room for a new freezer.

Once the shelving was down, they then had to move all the products and rearrange them on the shelving.
Job accomplished

The following day, Thursday, they had to move and rearrange the pet section.


Last night we attended an Art Show where our granddaughter, Sarah, was a featured artist.

The park has been taken over by Chinooks -- there's a rally happening of the Chinook Owners Club.  Approximately two dozen Chinooks are here.  Most are from the East Coast area, but we did see one from Tennessee and one even from Texas.

Happy to report Nan's husband John is doing better.  Check it out here.  We will continue to pray for John's complete healing.

That's it for now.  Hope everyone has a good weekend.  Until next time, thanks for stopping by.


  1. Wow, what a talented artist! I know you are proud of her regardless of the talent, but you add the talent and your pride is great, I am sure.

    Mr. Alen, please take care of that foot/heel!

  2. Neat pictures...thanks for sharing! Such a talent, that's wonderful. Wow, a spring Chinook run and it's not even in the river...haven't seen one of those before.

  3. Nicely done, Alan! So sorry your ankle gives you problems, though.

    Sarah's artwork is amazing. She is one talented artist!

    1. It's just something he lives with -- unfortunately.

      Thanks -- we are very proud of Sarah!

  4. A wonderful young artist. You should be proud.

  5. You have a talented artist in the family!!

    Those shelving units sure looked like they'd be a lot of work to move.

    1. Yes, we do -- thanks.

      He said it was a lot of work -- thank goodness it was only 2 days:o)