A year ago today, Mom passed away. In some ways it seems like the time went fast and in others, it seems like yesterday. One takeaway is for sure, life goes on. We all miss her dearly and I know we all wish we could have just one more day with her. Unfortunately life doesn’t work that way. All we can do is celebrate the memories and remember the days we spent together. I could go on for hours with stories but they’d be my stories so I’ll just leave it up to each of you to remember Mom in your own way. She would be thrilled her beloved Wisconsin Badgers won yesterday and she’d be gearing up for a big day of football today. So may God Bless a great lady, Mom, wife, and friend to so many. Live each day as if it’s your last as life is fleeting. Love those you love and tell them you love them. Be kind to others and do your small part to try to make the World a better place, that’s what Mom would want and did every day.
Yesterday Marty and I drove back up to our hunting grounds to look at some property. Lori, Jag and Ty cleaned their rooms and then last night our friends Billie and Greg from Aspen were in town so we all went to dinner at the Westin where they’re staying. They’re here for 3 or 4 days to use up their Starwood points before the end of the year. We’ll probably see them again on Monday. Today though Lori and I are off to the Bronco game with her friend and husband. We’ll leave around 9 at the latest and go to brunch before the game. We should be home by around 7.
Ty’s feeling a bit better every day and will have a lot of work to make up. With the short week I have a lot to do as a week from today we’ll already be half way through the month. Time for Tommy to get out the Christmas stuff! That’s about it, time to get moving, have a great day, Go Broncos and Green Bay (for Mom) and God Bless.