You cannot prepare for it. You don’t see it coming. Life can take a tragic turn on any day, in any family. Ours is no exception… It was the day before Mother’s Day. We were planning to see Mom the next day. I texted my sister and asked if I could make the cake … Read More about But She’s My Little Sister…
James W. Wheeler, Jr. 1934-2017 James W. Wheeler, Jr., 82, died peacefully at Swedish Memorial Hospital in Lakewood, Colo., Thursday, March 23, 2017. He had been ill briefly. At Jim’s request cremation and spreading his ashes at a favorite spot took place on August 1, 2017 with special services for family and friends.
As some of you may realize, this is a revised post, formerly published on my other blog. While it made a good introduction to my ice cream recipe, I think the focus of the post became the memory of ice cream, not of a recipe. Since this is more of a personal story and since … Read More about Not Uncle Paul’s Ice Cream Recipe
If you read the last story about the adventures with the Model A Fords you know that we own a 1928 Model A pickup truck. We bought the truck several years ago and always have fun with it. Just after it became a part of our family, the engine timing seemed a little slow and … Read More about From the Model A Archives: A Model A Muffler Blowout
A Model A and the Mischievous Boys Story It seems there is always one more story from years ago about Model A Fords and my daughter Kim seems to enjoy them. This one does not involve a Model A that I owned, but one that was owned by an older man who I knew when … Read More about From the Model A Archives: The B.T. Incident
The Model A and the Frogs Story There is a true story about the first Model A that I must tell. While still in high school, a friend and I decided one evening that we should take our dates frog hunting as it was summer time, the evening was warm and frog season was open.