Blue Sky Farm

My blogging posts and photos are part of me . I think of this as a scrapbook of my life. The names have not been changed.. they are real people who have crossed my path along my journey. Some I know intimately, my family and friends. If their names are mentioned it's a sure sign they are special to me and I love them dearly...come along see for yourself, perhaps you know some of them too..

July 23, 2011

A lot going on today in K-Falls

There is a lot  going on today... I wish we could  have attended the air show and a potluck BBQ at one of 
the Charming chicks homes, The spot to view would have been stellar...but Clay wasn't quite up to it.( his eye was still quite painful earlier today). I am sure the gals & their husbands enjoyed the show and their fabulous potluck fare. Not wanting to let the day go by without enjoying some activity,
We thought about  the Klamath Falls Brew & Blues Festival held downtown to benefit CASA  today  but that too was a bit too crowded for us today, so we decided to support the Klamath Falls Gems Baseball team for awhile tonight, We can leave if he starts becoming uncomfortable and  time to get away and enjoy one of our favorite sport events.  All while enjoying some fresh  air and community.  We had no idea that the radiation treatments " after care" would be so draining...(no pun intended) ....on us. Clay's eye is getting better it just really burns and stings and isn't very pleasant to look at, . I would be much more vain than he is even with an eye patch...Trying to see with one eye is difficult... I give him credit and we are thankful that there is a 90% chance the cancer has been treated.
There will be always be another blues festival, and BBQ's   


Debby said...

I'm sorry, I must have missede this about your husband. That sounds painful. I am sure it is hard to heal. I hope he feels better soon. Sounds like some fun things happening, maybe you'll get to go to the places you mixed next year. I always have big ideas about going here and there and most of the time we just stay home.

Junebug said...

I sure hope Clay's eye heals soon. I can't imagine the pain, so sorry for him. Both of you take care and soon you will be back attending all kinds of fun thing. Hugs!

Mary said...

I was exercising my horse right near the runway when the jets began the show. He usually ignores the jets but the afterburners were pretty loud today and we both finally gave up and went back to the barn. See you later Cheryl!

A Quiet Corner said...

Although I haven't been by for a while, I am SO SO GLAD to hear about Clay! Forget the Blue Angels...You are the angel is his life...:)JP