June is meeting her friend, Karen McGinnis, from San Angelo. They are
going to visit Fredericksburg for three days. However, I will be back in time
for church next Sunday.
Permian Basin Opera produced Tosca April 20 and it was a great success. Jim, Bear and I are trying to do what we can. Jim and Bear more so than myself.
David & Lois: Silvia and I are facing our usual problems with getting Lois
to sleep properly. We have no end of trials of her various meds to accomplish
that goal. But Lois has been doing fairly well. I have tried to get her birth
certificate revised with the proper first name, which is given as Lus on her
birth certificate, but which she and her family have always said was Luz. This
is Spanish for light. Lus is meaningless. I have been working on this for two
years. Lois is really a nickname but has stuck. The district clerk in Martin
County is really hard to please. After filling out a amendment form with Lois's
sisters, having it notarized, and submitting it to the clerk, it has been
rejected. I don't know how long it will take, but I will eventually get this
corrected. David is recovering from a cold.
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY 10577-1499
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The Clan of the Frog Pond menís group meets each Thursday evening at 8 PM at David Egglestonís home, 1605 W. Tennessee, Midland. Men are invited to share their life experiences and feelings in a secure, supportive atmosphere following Native American tradition. For more information contact David at 352-3681, or Cliff at 550-3302.