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We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying at
the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you can
fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.

Taking a big box of jams, jellies, and multiple pickles over to the
son's family. His wife is a realtor and is helping us in the house hunt
so we will gift them with a bunch of good stuff. We have eight houses
lined up with a local realtor and we will look at most of them on
Saturday but will also have the following Monday and half a day Tuesday
to look at others.

Hired a new painter yesterday to finish the inside of the house, the
first one was just to messy and missed a lot of wall that didn't get
painted so I cut him loose on Monday past. New one has good reviews so
we're hoping to get the inside done in the next two weeks and then we
will put this old house up for sale. Sort of sad in a way, we've lived
here for 23 years, the longest we've lived anywhere in fifty years of
marriage. Have gardens we developed ourselves, the house is finally in
good shape and the way we want it. Our reason for moving is to be at
least two hours driving time closer to the descendants but not so close
the grands can leave their kids with us. <G>

Miz Anne is retiring from teaching art in the local system on May 31st
and is looking forward to it. I effectively retired in 2007 but still do
a lot of technical writing for local contractors, a job I can do
anywhere there is internet service. Miz Anne is seriously thinking of
visiting the daycare centers in the area we move to with an eye to doing
one hour a week art lessons for the kiddies. If she can live up five or
six of those we can supplement our retirement income enough to afford
more canning supplies.

The first iris bloomed this morning, a white one, I'm taking that as a
sign that spring has sprung, even if the furnace did run a couple of
times last night and we had to sleep under a blanket. The peach tree is
blooming and the plum trees are budding out as is the huge oak tree in
the backyard. We hope everyone in the northern and eastern tier states
are staying warm and dry as we head into what looks to be a lovely spring.

George

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George Shirley wrote:
> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying at
> the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you can
> fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>
> Taking a big box of jams, jellies, and multiple pickles over to the
> son's family. His wife is a realtor and is helping us in the house hunt
> so we will gift them with a bunch of good stuff. We have eight houses
> lined up with a local realtor and we will look at most of them on
> Saturday but will also have the following Monday and half a day Tuesday
> to look at others.
>
> Hired a new painter yesterday to finish the inside of the house, the
> first one was just to messy and missed a lot of wall that didn't get
> painted so I cut him loose on Monday past. New one has good reviews so
> we're hoping to get the inside done in the next two weeks and then we
> will put this old house up for sale. Sort of sad in a way, we've lived
> here for 23 years, the longest we've lived anywhere in fifty years of
> marriage. Have gardens we developed ourselves, the house is finally in
> good shape and the way we want it. Our reason for moving is to be at
> least two hours driving time closer to the descendants but not so close
> the grands can leave their kids with us. <G>
>
> Miz Anne is retiring from teaching art in the local system on May 31st
> and is looking forward to it. I effectively retired in 2007 but still do
> a lot of technical writing for local contractors, a job I can do
> anywhere there is internet service. Miz Anne is seriously thinking of
> visiting the daycare centers in the area we move to with an eye to doing
> one hour a week art lessons for the kiddies. If she can live up five or
> six of those we can supplement our retirement income enough to afford
> more canning supplies.
>
> The first iris bloomed this morning, a white one, I'm taking that as a
> sign that spring has sprung, even if the furnace did run a couple of
> times last night and we had to sleep under a blanket. The peach tree is
> blooming and the plum trees are budding out as is the huge oak tree in
> the backyard. We hope everyone in the northern and eastern tier states
> are staying warm and dry as we head into what looks to be a lovely spring.
>
> George
>
> Father Confessor, HOSSPOJ



Livingston is in God's country (East Texas Piney Woods, more
specifically, in the "Big Thicket") -- but you know that already.

The redbud trees are blooming right now. I don't know if there are
any dogwoods left in the area or if the anthracnose epidemic killed
'em all.

-Bob
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On 3/2/2011 11:59 AM, zxcvbob wrote:
> George Shirley wrote:
>> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying
>> at the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
>> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you
>> can fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>>
>> Taking a big box of jams, jellies, and multiple pickles over to the
>> son's family. His wife is a realtor and is helping us in the house
>> hunt so we will gift them with a bunch of good stuff. We have eight
>> houses lined up with a local realtor and we will look at most of them
>> on Saturday but will also have the following Monday and half a day
>> Tuesday to look at others.
>>
>> Hired a new painter yesterday to finish the inside of the house, the
>> first one was just to messy and missed a lot of wall that didn't get
>> painted so I cut him loose on Monday past. New one has good reviews so
>> we're hoping to get the inside done in the next two weeks and then we
>> will put this old house up for sale. Sort of sad in a way, we've lived
>> here for 23 years, the longest we've lived anywhere in fifty years of
>> marriage. Have gardens we developed ourselves, the house is finally in
>> good shape and the way we want it. Our reason for moving is to be at
>> least two hours driving time closer to the descendants but not so
>> close the grands can leave their kids with us. <G>
>>
>> Miz Anne is retiring from teaching art in the local system on May 31st
>> and is looking forward to it. I effectively retired in 2007 but still
>> do a lot of technical writing for local contractors, a job I can do
>> anywhere there is internet service. Miz Anne is seriously thinking of
>> visiting the daycare centers in the area we move to with an eye to
>> doing one hour a week art lessons for the kiddies. If she can live up
>> five or six of those we can supplement our retirement income enough to
>> afford more canning supplies.
>>
>> The first iris bloomed this morning, a white one, I'm taking that as a
>> sign that spring has sprung, even if the furnace did run a couple of
>> times last night and we had to sleep under a blanket. The peach tree
>> is blooming and the plum trees are budding out as is the huge oak tree
>> in the backyard. We hope everyone in the northern and eastern tier
>> states are staying warm and dry as we head into what looks to be a
>> lovely spring.
>>
>> George
>>
>> Father Confessor, HOSSPOJ

>
>
> Livingston is in God's country (East Texas Piney Woods, more
> specifically, in the "Big Thicket") -- but you know that already.
>
> The redbud trees are blooming right now. I don't know if there are any
> dogwoods left in the area or if the anthracnose epidemic killed 'em all.
>
> -Bob


Haven't really looked around there since the early sixties Bob, used to
go hunting there before the lake was impounded. Even though I'm
originally from the Golden Triangle area we hunted deer and other game
in the Thicket when I was a kid, probably because Dad had friends that
owned a lot land there.

Redbuds aren't blooming here yet, expect them any day now. Along with
the azaleas of course. We lost two deep red azaleas last fall, my only
favorite in the azalea family, beautiful blooms for a couple of weeks,
then months of dusty green foliage.
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On 3/2/2011 7:56 AM, George Shirley wrote:
> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying at
> the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you can
> fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>




Good luck to you and Miz Anne with your house search. I hope you have
lots of good prospects to choose from.

Will your new climate be garden-friendly?

Best wishes,
gloria p
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On 3/2/2011 2:50 PM, gloria.p wrote:
> On 3/2/2011 7:56 AM, George Shirley wrote:
>> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying at
>> the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
>> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you can
>> fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>>

>
>
>
> Good luck to you and Miz Anne with your house search. I hope you have
> lots of good prospects to choose from.
>
> Will your new climate be garden-friendly?
>
> Best wishes,
> gloria p


Same USDA zone as here in Louisiana. We aren't going though. At about 3
pm this afternoon Miz Anne tripped over a small child at her school,
fell hard on the cement and broke her left hip. She's now in the local
hospital and we will find out from the orthopedic surgeon tomorrow if it
will be a pin, a partial, or a total hip replacement. I don't think she
will be going back to work before her retirement date comes up. Talked
to her principal and she and another assistant had reviewed the security
tape. It appears a pre-k student walked up behind Miz Anne while she was
ensuring the correct children got on the correct bus. She turned to walk
away and the child got between her legs tripping her. According to the
tape she deliberately threw herself away from the child to keep from
landing on her and landed hard on her left hip. I viewed the xrays
myself and there was a clear break above the socket joint. I see at
least two or three months of rehab and exercise after the surgery. I am
not a doctor but have had several working for me at different times in
my career in industrial safety. I would have expected her to do exactly
what she did, the children have always come first for her. I will
violate the charter and ask those who do so to pray for a speedy
recovery for my lovely wife. Thank you.

Lonesome George and Tilly Dawg


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> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying at
> the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at houses
> in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you can fish
> practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>
> Taking a big box of jams, jellies, and multiple pickles over to the son's
> family. His wife is a realtor and is helping us in the house hunt so we
> will gift them with a bunch of good stuff. We have eight houses lined up
> with a local realtor and we will look at most of them on Saturday but will
> also have the following Monday and half a day Tuesday to look at others.
>
> Hired a new painter yesterday to finish the inside of the house, the first
> one was just to messy and missed a lot of wall that didn't get painted so
> I cut him loose on Monday past. New one has good reviews so we're hoping
> to get the inside done in the next two weeks and then we will put this old
> house up for sale. Sort of sad in a way, we've lived here for 23 years,
> the longest we've lived anywhere in fifty years of marriage. Have gardens
> we developed ourselves, the house is finally in good shape and the way we
> want it. Our reason for moving is to be at least two hours driving time
> closer to the descendants but not so close the grands can leave their kids
> with us. <G>
>
> Miz Anne is retiring from teaching art in the local system on May 31st and
> is looking forward to it. I effectively retired in 2007 but still do a lot
> of technical writing for local contractors, a job I can do anywhere there
> is internet service. Miz Anne is seriously thinking of visiting the
> daycare centers in the area we move to with an eye to doing one hour a
> week art lessons for the kiddies. If she can live up five or six of those
> we can supplement our retirement income enough to afford more canning
> supplies.
>
> The first iris bloomed this morning, a white one, I'm taking that as a
> sign that spring has sprung, even if the furnace did run a couple of times
> last night and we had to sleep under a blanket. The peach tree is blooming
> and the plum trees are budding out as is the huge oak tree in the
> backyard. We hope everyone in the northern and eastern tier states are
> staying warm and dry as we head into what looks to be a lovely spring.


Good luck, George. I hope all goes to plan and you find a place where you
will be very happy

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> On 3/2/2011 2:50 PM, gloria.p wrote:
>> On 3/2/2011 7:56 AM, George Shirley wrote:
>>> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying at
>>> the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
>>> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you can
>>> fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>>>

>>
>>
>>
>> Good luck to you and Miz Anne with your house search. I hope you have
>> lots of good prospects to choose from.
>>
>> Will your new climate be garden-friendly?
>>
>> Best wishes,
>> gloria p

>
> Same USDA zone as here in Louisiana. We aren't going though. At about 3 pm
> this afternoon Miz Anne tripped over a small child at her school, fell
> hard on the cement and broke her left hip.


Oh George( I am so sorry

She's now in the local
> hospital and we will find out from the orthopedic surgeon tomorrow if it
> will be a pin, a partial, or a total hip replacement. I don't think she
> will be going back to work before her retirement date comes up. Talked to
> her principal and she and another assistant had reviewed the security
> tape. It appears a pre-k student walked up behind Miz Anne while she was
> ensuring the correct children got on the correct bus. She turned to walk
> away and the child got between her legs tripping her. According to the
> tape she deliberately threw herself away from the child to keep from
> landing on her and landed hard on her left hip. I viewed the xrays myself
> and there was a clear break above the socket joint. I see at least two or
> three months of rehab and exercise after the surgery. I am not a doctor
> but have had several working for me at different times in my career in
> industrial safety. I would have expected her to do exactly what she did,
> the children have always come first for her. I will violate the charter
> and ask those who do so to pray for a speedy recovery for my lovely wife.
> Thank you.


Yes indeed and big hugs to you all!
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On 3/3/2011 12:42 AM, Ophelia wrote:
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>
> "George Shirley" > wrote in message
> om...
>> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying
>> at the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
>> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you
>> can fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>>
>> Taking a big box of jams, jellies, and multiple pickles over to the
>> son's family. His wife is a realtor and is helping us in the house
>> hunt so we will gift them with a bunch of good stuff. We have eight
>> houses lined up with a local realtor and we will look at most of them
>> on Saturday but will also have the following Monday and half a day
>> Tuesday to look at others.
>>
>> Hired a new painter yesterday to finish the inside of the house, the
>> first one was just to messy and missed a lot of wall that didn't get
>> painted so I cut him loose on Monday past. New one has good reviews so
>> we're hoping to get the inside done in the next two weeks and then we
>> will put this old house up for sale. Sort of sad in a way, we've lived
>> here for 23 years, the longest we've lived anywhere in fifty years of
>> marriage. Have gardens we developed ourselves, the house is finally in
>> good shape and the way we want it. Our reason for moving is to be at
>> least two hours driving time closer to the descendants but not so
>> close the grands can leave their kids with us. <G>
>>
>> Miz Anne is retiring from teaching art in the local system on May 31st
>> and is looking forward to it. I effectively retired in 2007 but still
>> do a lot of technical writing for local contractors, a job I can do
>> anywhere there is internet service. Miz Anne is seriously thinking of
>> visiting the daycare centers in the area we move to with an eye to
>> doing one hour a week art lessons for the kiddies. If she can live up
>> five or six of those we can supplement our retirement income enough to
>> afford more canning supplies.
>>
>> The first iris bloomed this morning, a white one, I'm taking that as a
>> sign that spring has sprung, even if the furnace did run a couple of
>> times last night and we had to sleep under a blanket. The peach tree
>> is blooming and the plum trees are budding out as is the huge oak tree
>> in the backyard. We hope everyone in the northern and eastern tier
>> states are staying warm and dry as we head into what looks to be a
>> lovely spring.

>
> Good luck, George. I hope all goes to plan and you find a place where
> you will be very happy
>


Looks like we will be delayed for a few months O, hopefully that will be
long enough for house prices to go up in our town and further down where
we're looking. Not that I would wish bad luck on anyone of course. I'm
off for a nuclear stress test this morning and then back to the hospital
for a bit. Our daughter is on her way over here from Houston to help out
around the house for a few days.
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> On 3/3/2011 12:42 AM, Ophelia wrote:
>>
>>
>> "George Shirley" > wrote in message
>> om...
>>> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying
>>> at the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
>>> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you
>>> can fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.
>>>
>>> Taking a big box of jams, jellies, and multiple pickles over to the
>>> son's family. His wife is a realtor and is helping us in the house
>>> hunt so we will gift them with a bunch of good stuff. We have eight
>>> houses lined up with a local realtor and we will look at most of them
>>> on Saturday but will also have the following Monday and half a day
>>> Tuesday to look at others.
>>>
>>> Hired a new painter yesterday to finish the inside of the house, the
>>> first one was just to messy and missed a lot of wall that didn't get
>>> painted so I cut him loose on Monday past. New one has good reviews so
>>> we're hoping to get the inside done in the next two weeks and then we
>>> will put this old house up for sale. Sort of sad in a way, we've lived
>>> here for 23 years, the longest we've lived anywhere in fifty years of
>>> marriage. Have gardens we developed ourselves, the house is finally in
>>> good shape and the way we want it. Our reason for moving is to be at
>>> least two hours driving time closer to the descendants but not so
>>> close the grands can leave their kids with us. <G>
>>>
>>> Miz Anne is retiring from teaching art in the local system on May 31st
>>> and is looking forward to it. I effectively retired in 2007 but still
>>> do a lot of technical writing for local contractors, a job I can do
>>> anywhere there is internet service. Miz Anne is seriously thinking of
>>> visiting the daycare centers in the area we move to with an eye to
>>> doing one hour a week art lessons for the kiddies. If she can live up
>>> five or six of those we can supplement our retirement income enough to
>>> afford more canning supplies.
>>>
>>> The first iris bloomed this morning, a white one, I'm taking that as a
>>> sign that spring has sprung, even if the furnace did run a couple of
>>> times last night and we had to sleep under a blanket. The peach tree
>>> is blooming and the plum trees are budding out as is the huge oak tree
>>> in the backyard. We hope everyone in the northern and eastern tier
>>> states are staying warm and dry as we head into what looks to be a
>>> lovely spring.

>>
>> Good luck, George. I hope all goes to plan and you find a place where
>> you will be very happy
>>

>
> Looks like we will be delayed for a few months O, hopefully that will be
> long enough for house prices to go up in our town and further down where
> we're looking. Not that I would wish bad luck on anyone of course. I'm off
> for a nuclear stress test this morning and then back to the hospital for a
> bit. Our daughter is on her way over here from Houston to help out around
> the house for a few days.


You are having an awful time just now. I hope there are at least some
silver linings.

Bless you all.

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> Same USDA zone as here in Louisiana. We aren't going though. At about 3
> pm this afternoon Miz Anne tripped over a small child at her school,
> fell hard on the cement and broke her left hip. She's now in the local
> hospital and we will find out from the orthopedic surgeon tomorrow if it
> will be a pin, a partial, or a total hip replacement. I don't think she
> will be going back to work before her retirement date comes up. Talked
> to her principal and she and another assistant had reviewed the security
> tape. It appears a pre-k student walked up behind Miz Anne while she was
> ensuring the correct children got on the correct bus. She turned to walk
> away and the child got between her legs tripping her. According to the
> tape she deliberately threw herself away from the child to keep from
> landing on her and landed hard on her left hip. I viewed the xrays
> myself and there was a clear break above the socket joint. I see at
> least two or three months of rehab and exercise after the surgery. I am
> not a doctor but have had several working for me at different times in
> my career in industrial safety. I would have expected her to do exactly
> what she did, the children have always come first for her. I will
> violate the charter and ask those who do so to pray for a speedy
> recovery for my lovely wife. Thank you.
>
> Lonesome George and Tilly Dawg


aww drats!

best wishes for her fast healing. please
remember to take care of yourself too George.

i hope the child is not too upset by such
a thing as an accident like this. sometimes
it's hard to get across to them that stuff
just happens despite all the best intentions.


songbird


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Oh George, I am so sorry. God bless Miz Anne. I would have *loved* to
meet you two!!!

Know that Miz Anne & you in my thoughts & prayers.



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On 3/4/2011 10:54 PM, Mimi wrote:
> Oh George, I am so sorry. God bless Miz Anne. I would have *loved* to
> meet you two!!!
>
> Know that Miz Anne& you in my thoughts& prayers.
>
>
>

We haven't given up yet Mimi, things are just delayed until she heals
enough to go look at houses. We've got eight on our immediate list and
another six or seven or our "maybe" list. Looking for places with enough
sunshine on the ground to have a garden and fruit trees. I've probably
looked at 500 houses in that area so far. Not the million dollar ones,
the ones regular folks live in. <G>

I'm waiting on our daughter to bring Miz Anne home from the hospital,
should be another thirty minutes or so before they get here.
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On Mar 2, 8:53*pm, George Shirley > wrote:
> On 3/2/2011 2:50 PM, gloria.p wrote:
>
>
>
> > On 3/2/2011 7:56 AM, George Shirley wrote:
> >> We're taking off for Livingston, TX Friday afternoon. Will be staying at
> >> the Best Western Suites on Hwy 59 S for a few days while we look at
> >> houses in the area. My two favorites are backed up on lakes and you can
> >> fish practically out the backdoor without a boat.

>
> > Good luck to you and Miz Anne with your house search. I hope you have
> > lots of good prospects to choose from.

>
> > Will your new climate be garden-friendly?

>
> > Best wishes,
> > gloria p

>
> Same USDA zone as here in Louisiana. We aren't going though. At about 3
> pm this afternoon Miz Anne tripped over a small child at her school,
> fell hard on the cement and broke her left hip. She's now in the local
> hospital and we will find out from the orthopedic surgeon tomorrow if it
> will be a pin, a partial, or a total hip replacement. I don't think she
> will be going back to work before her retirement date comes up. Talked
> to her principal and she and another assistant had reviewed the security
> tape. It appears a pre-k student walked up behind Miz Anne while she was
> ensuring the correct children got on the correct bus. She turned to walk
> away and the child got between her legs tripping her. According to the
> tape she deliberately threw herself away from the child to keep from
> landing on her and landed hard on her left hip. I viewed the xrays
> myself and there was a clear break above the socket joint. I see at
> least two or three months of rehab and exercise after the surgery. I am
> not a doctor but have had several working for me at different times in
> my career in industrial safety. I would have expected her to do exactly
> what she did, the children have always come first for her. I will
> violate the charter and ask those who do so to pray for a speedy
> recovery for my lovely wife. Thank you.
>
> Lonesome George and Tilly Dawg


Not the praying sort, but will send the best thoughts I can her way.

PJ
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