My apologies for being late posting this week’s column. I had surgery Monday, the day I normally post, and will be moving slowly for a while. Will shortly be posting this week’s blog, the second part of the Christmas Mystery Visitor – with intriguing details about my mother that readers/genealogists unearthed and that I never suspected. I hope you enjoy it.
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Get well Tim. Getting old ain’t for sissies (sissy’s?).
Family mysteries and secrets are often buried deep
Amen to that!
Hey Tim, hope your surgery was not too serious and you recover quick. I enjoy reading your column and have read them all… I hope you were able to
attend Elsa’s 90th Party! Take care and keep up the good work… Hi to Sheila.
Hi, Joanne. Nice to hear from you. The surgery went well and while it wasn’t serious (as in open heart surgery, etc.), it wasn’t minor, either. Am up and around a bit now and the outlook is good. Thanks for asking. Elsa had to postpone her birthday party because we all had nasty colds, but other than that she’s doing great. Hi to Stan, and our condolences on his Vikings’ last-minute heartbreaker in the playoffs. I’ve long thought the Seahawks are the NFL’s luckiest team.
Thank YOU for your brilliant writing, Tim. I am one, among many, many others who truly love reading your column. Keep it up till you’re 100+, dear friend.
Best wishes for your quick recovery.