Well we made it to Indianapolis and back in fairly good shape. We saw lots of people while we were there. Glen said I did very well.
We spent Friday, September 30th with the Brownsburg High School class of 1956. Of the original 56 members there were 16 who made it to the 60th reunion. They came from as far as Boston and Denver. We had a meal together at noon followed by the class roll call. Then in the evening we had a pizza party at a classmate’s home.
Our first day in Brownsburg was Wednesday September 28. That day we saw Glen’s brother George and his wife Cathy, and Glen’s sister Jane and her husband Bill.
On Thursday we saw Marilyn’s brother Walt. We shared a meal at the local Longhorn Steakhouse. On Saturday, we saw our good friends Jack and Carol. We got together at McAlister’s Deli. Sunday we visited Bethesda Baptist Church where we formerly attended. Since there was a Cracker Barrel nearby, we went there for dinner. You can tell we always enjoy eating.
We got home the evening of Tuesday, October 5 and had a visit with friends from Memphis on Thursday. We had met Wally and Vicki at Morro Bay when we parked next to them for several years back when we wintered at Morro Bay, California. We often went out to dinner with them while we stayed in Morro Bay for a couple of months each year. We also met them in Memphis to celebrate our anniversary since it is also Vicki’s birthday. Wally and Vicki may join us here in the apartments. It is great to think of them living in the same town as we do. Please pray about this for them. I am certain they would appreciate your prayers.
We were able to get handicapped accessible rooms for the whole trip. Marilyn only managed to fall once in the motel room in Brownsburg. She bruised her hand pretty bad, but she didn’t have to go to the hospital for which we were very grateful.
October and November are the months that we visit the doctors so perhaps Marilyn will have more answers for us next month. She has formed the habit of writing down her questions for the doctors so that she remembers to ask them what she needs to know.
Thanks for your prayers,
Glen and Marilyn