Aleece has been returned to her mom Casey, permanently this time. Casey assures me that her days of taking chances are over. She plans to settle down and give Aleece a stable environment. I hope this is true because Aleece needs her mom. I’ll be watching.
I spent the rest of yesterday evening and most of today alone. It was nice, quiet and peaceful. I woke up at 8 o’clock this morning and for a brief moment I thought about starting my day. Then I had a thought. If someone in Bear Country needed my assistance they could just wait until later. I climbed back into bed and didn’t climb out again until almost ten. I didn’t get dressed until almost noon. Not one person stopped by or knocked on my door. I love lazy days.
After breakfast or rather lunch. I went down to the park and sat under the big oak tree and watched the ducks. I couldn’t have asked for a nicer day with no cares and no worries. I almost made myself cry when I thought about how much Aleece loved watching the ducks. I am sure Casey will bring Aleece to the park occasionally. I watched a couple of tribes on the opposite side of the lake play football. They looked like they were having a good time. Every time someone scored a touchdown you could hear people cheer and see them dance on the field.