In which we move again, and our dog gets spayed.
General updates from Marcy. “Here I sit by the local excuse for a fireplace, a gas heater with a Thermostat. We gather ’round it evenings for togetherness.”
A note from Jay about bike tricks and doing math.
A postcard about a visit to Coit Tower.
An instruction manual telling George and Helen how to take care of Jed and Jay during a month-long visit. “I would prefer that they not have any pasteurized milk; However, I understand that this may be difficult. They may have all the raw milk they want, but it may be prohibitively expensive.”
Helen tells Peter and Marcy how Jed and Jay’s visit is going. “[George] is most impressed with these dear grandsons—their thoughtfulness, manners, cleanliness, speech, the gamut.”
A note from Peter to Jed and Jay, while we were visiting George and Helen. “Marcy & I are doing fine, except we miss you a whole lot... if we get too lonely, maybe Marcy will drive up there & get you...”
Marcy explains the origins of amber, and catches us up on how she and Peter are doing while Jay and I are away. “did you tell her that you like to do dishes? You must be helping a lot—Grandma was very pleased in her letter.”
A note from Peter to Jed and Jay. “here is four weeks allowance each and a dollar bonus to share”
An update from Helen on how Jed and Jay’s visit is going. “Do hope you've caught up with jobs that needed doing, gotten some extra rest, and perhaps saved a bit more money than usual these six weeks. An opportunity that may never happen again?”