Sabine ran errands and the girls hung out at the pool, visited Josh at his job at the puppy spa and did some other stuff in Madison.
This is a shot of me and grandson, Ben (age 13).
Oh yes, there were chores -- we took down a large and deceased maple tree from our yard and stacked wood (all good soul work!).
This past week, we also had a visit from one of Sabine's childhood friends, Shirley and her beau, Ron.
And, of course, the evening meal was sufficient with Charlotte's good cooking and at the outside diner.
With a quickly passing light rain there was a beautiful rainbow in the sky to the east of the farm.
I supplied yesterday at St Luke's in Madison -- there is something wonderful about that Anglican liturgy that simply moves my soul...
At the end of this week, we pack up the camper and head west to Glacier Park with dialysis supplies packed away and the freedom of the great American road. Wish us a safe journey and return. When we get back, Sabine will have a bone marrow biopsy, some more blood tests and a checkpoint as to how the stem cells are doing and where the cancer is at.