Good Morning. It is cloudy outside this morning in our area of the planet earth; it is peaceful here.
Mom is off work and we are taking our van in to have a mechanic change the oil and replace a turn signal bulb.
We are going to make some tomato sauce and freeze it today. We have maybe 5 gallons of tomatoes out there ready to be picked. Our second summer and great rains made them mature and swell.
Time for a cup of coffee.
The coffee is great; yesterday mom and I went to our NARFE Fall Roundup to learn what is in store for us in the future and what has transpired in the last 30 years.
What is great is the fact that so many of us at the NARFE meeting are people that are strong and not willing to give up the ship just yet. We are strong fighters now that we are retired; they were great workers at one time but now we as a group fight for our rights and what we have earned. We are not willing to let some youngster with a swelled Congressional head take our retirement funds away from us without a fight.
Joe and Tom
Joe is a Kentucky NARFE District I Vice President and Tom is President of Chapter 1373 at the Fall Roundup NARFE meeting. Chapter 1373 won an award and Joe is congratulating our chapter.