Well, not quite finished—still need to get the binding on but it turned out beautifully, the quilt that is! As I was getting ready to go to town this morning the outside world was turning a little white. Huge, gigantic flakes:coming down hard—didn’t last long. The sun has been shining since lunch time, once again drying the mud. Vicious cycle—rain, mud, rain, mud!
To town early to change Nat’s dressings—his incisions look a lot better today than on Sunday, I’m glad—I was a little worried on Sunday.
Has anyone tried to buy US savings bonds lately??? I’ve always given my nephews and our youngest granddaughter savings bonds for birthdays purchasing those bonds at our local bank. No longer can you walk into any bank and purchase savings bonds, you must have an online account with Treasury Direct. When I attempted to open my account and informed the powers that be I didn’t have a first born child to give them the online site refused to “verify” my information. Seems I now needed to print off some form number “123letskeepallgovernmentworkesemployed” and mail it before my online account could be “verified.” Isn’t the internet supposed to make things easier??? Sure was easy when I walked into Citizen’s Bank in Big Timber, MT, was greeted by my name and a very pleasant, “what can I do for you today?” GRRRRR
Michael finished his roller today and yes, Rick, it will take something mighty powerful to pull this thing once it is filled with water!
That’s about it for our day here in Montana.