I also volunteered to sew for "Wrapped in Love" based in Douglas, Wyoming (but has chapters nationwide) which takes donated wedding dresses and makes burial gowns for stillborn infants. A sad reality, but I understand the gowns are really needed. I made micro and premie size gowns plus pockets for the really teeny babies. If you sew you might consider donating some time to the organization. Contact me for info.
And what would July be without BASEBALL? We went in and watched the grands play several times. Hubby (Grandpa) and I (Nana) really enjoy it.
Hit it! (and he did, he whacked it)
Granddaughter, run! (just hit the ball)
She's SAFE! (note the ball in upper left corner!)
#2 Granddaughter loves bugs. She was enthralled watching these teeny ants crawl over the expose root of a cottonwood tree at the ball park.
Cows on hillside July 2017
They tell us even though we should get more precipitation with climate change, Wyoming will also be much warmer which is a net decrease in available moisture. It seems like this July was hot, hot, hot after a cool spring with temps in the 90's most days. Only the sub-irrigated pasture remains green, and our hillsides are burnt dry. Fire danger is high and we have had several fires around us.