Happy Fathers Day to all you sons and sons-in-law of mine! I’m so happy with the way you’re raising your families, and the good examples you set for them. I’m sure you know how important fatherhood is, and when you get to be senior citizens like Dad and me, you’ll see it even more clearly. Thanks!
We’ll be having book club this evening at 5 at our house, and we’re talking about Superfudge. Donna’s family will be at the Hawkins’, but they said they finished the book anyway. The rest of us will have a good discussion, and great refreshments, of course. This is the fifteenth book we will have read together. We won’t be having Super Sunday this month because of the events of last week and this week, and I’ll let you know about July.
I was sorry to miss Adelaide’s homecoming last week, but I had been in the LDS Hospital ER all night long. I had a bowl blockage, and it was terribly painful. They gave me two units of morphine and then cleaned me out. When the morphine really kicked in, I got terribly groggy, and when we got home I slept all day Sunday. Dad did, too. We couldn’t go anywhere. My abdomen has been hurting for most of the week, but it’s finally feeling better. All’s well that ends well, and I thank you for all your prayers for me. It could have been so much worse.
Dad is really excited about the new phone that some of you went in on for Fathers Day. He can connect it up with the Apple watch John gave him a little while ago, and do all those twenty-first century things that most of you are doing. Dad offered me his old I-phone, but I prefer to stay in the twentieth century with my simple little android. If any of you want his old I-phone, I’m sure he’ll give it to you.
Now that we’re into summer, we’re into cabin projects. Dad is working on the watering system, which is a challenge every year. I’m working on the pantry, getting ready to lay the tile we cut a couple of weeks ago. We had to trim off the bottom of the door into the water-heater room, so it would fit over the tile. It’s been lots of fun. By the way, thanks again for all your help in raking out the gravel last week. It turned out better than I ever imagined.
What a family! We love you all! Mom