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2018 Day 21 Missing pieces & Good-byes

This past week my blog came to a halt, due to Lee’s Celebration of Life.  Children, family members and old friends from the Illinois, Missouri, Texas and New York treked to Las Vegas, time had come to pay tribute.   … Continue reading

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2018 Day13 Valentines and Puppies

February brought Valentines Day. Working at OSF was  great and there where volunteers who would deliver items to patients. and nurse managers offices. I recieved a  flower arrangement delivered to my office that my employees found interesting. Up until  then … Continue reading

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2018 Day 12 January and the River

January brought ice to the shores of the Illinois River. Living about one mile from the River, our daily drive to work was on Galena Road which ran along the River.  The barges moved through the icy water and the … Continue reading

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2018 Day 10 December 4, 1997

December brings a birthday to Lee.  53. His pony tail is 8 months old. Beard is 7 months old.  He has a new Sweatshirt from Budweiser.com that he picked out for a birthday present. Thursday is the day this year. … Continue reading

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2018 Day 9 Turkeys and Waterpumps

Thanksgiving weekend 1997. Paid weekend from work to stay home to cook and kiss   and go to an auction or two.  Our apartment was great- it was now OVER flowing with antiques. But the warm hugs from all the … Continue reading

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2018 Day 8 OSF St. Francis and Billards

Photos taken in East Peoria looking towards Mc Cluggage Bridge and Peoria. September brought a new saint into my life, I was offered a position as Nurse manager in the Department of Surgery , Sterile processing and Equipment for OSF … Continue reading

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2018 Day 7 Illinois River Days 1997

The  summer sun was bright and hot, Humidity watered the tomatoes, cucumbers, corn and soy beans. Hundred of acres of crops, growing to amazing heights.  Galena Road on the west side of River and Spring Bay Road on the east … Continue reading

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