Alice and Gramps at the National Wildlife Visitors Center

Today…Friday, October 3…Stacy, Alice’s nurse and I took Alice for a picnic at the National Wildlife Visitors Center.  There are lakes, and birds (mostly geese at this time of year) and a big polar bear that always impresses Alice.  We had a lovely picnic on the board walk under the oak trees.  Then we went inside to see the exhibits.  Alice seemed to have a lovely time and actually smiled and made comments.

Alice and Stacy on the walkway from the picnic benches.

Alice and Stacy on the walkway from the picnic benches.

Happy gramps poses for selfie

Happy gramps poses for selfie

Less happy Gramps surprised by grumpy bear

Less happy Gramps surprised by grumpy bear

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One thought on “Alice and Gramps at the National Wildlife Visitors Center

  1. Surprise, surprise!
    It is me …
    Jana Bee

    I was going through some of our old email, and in one of them you said, rather plaintively, “​You are the only follower and I like a more direct connection between us” Aw, gee, I said to myself, I’m going to make a comment right now! So here I am.

    COMMENT:
    I like that less happy picture of you. Not that I want you to be less happy, but it it shows a different side of you. Wait, I don’t mean you turn your back or moon me or anything. I should probably say, it shows a different aspect of you. I like the polar bear, too, although he looks stuffed. I guess he must be. If he was alive I’d be worried to see you stand in front of him like that. Sorry. I know I’m not usually this silly. Snort. Oops. I occasionally snort when I laugh.

    Anyhoo, that’s about it for now. I am pleased with myself, however, because I have used the words “perfunctory” and “plaintively” today. I honestly think it is quite possible that I have never used them before, and yet today they tripped quite gracefully off my tongue. Well, fingers.

    Maybe you feel a bit more happy right now. I hope so.

    L&K’s
    Jana Bee

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