More crazy weather! Yesterday we had rain, hail, snow, and sunshine, all within an hour, and then the cycle kept repeating itself. Bevan ran the Ogden marathon, and it was snowing at the starting line. Springtime in the Rockies!
But summer is just around the corner, starting with Memorial Day a week from tomorrow. It’s Dad’s and Dallin’s birthday, too, so Donna and I are planning a barbecue for that evening, 5:00 pm, at John’s house. First we thought about having it here at our place, but I wanted to go someplace different for a change. Since the cabin is still out of commission, I thought of John’s house next. It’s such a total party place! And we’re meeting in the evening because his family is doing yard work that day. If anybody wants to come early, you can help haul rocks. Dad and I will be early for sure! And if you want to contribute to the dinner, you could bring a salad, potato chips, etc. Maybe you could text Donna or me saying what you’ll be bringing. I’m sure it will be a lot of fun. Our family get-togethers are always great events.
About the cabin: the good news is that the contractor has started working on it. He worked one day. Then he needed to pull off the damaged part of the roof, but a big storm was on the way, so he decided to wait for better weather. Right now the forecast is for rain or snow practically every day for at least another week. Maybe longer. But someday the cabin will be done, and then we can have parties and barbecues there again.
Dad and I have been listening to the audiobook of Book of a Thousand Days, by Shannon Hale, and we came to the part where Khan Tegas tosses a cat into the tower for the two ladies holed up in there. It’s “a yearling cat, long and lean, pale gray with green eyes.” Hey, that’s Scout! (He’s no longer built like a boxcar.) The ladies named him “My Lord,” so that’s what I call Scout now, when he behaves himself. He smiles at me condescendingly.
Life is good! I love you all! Mom