This is a busy day for us. Elaine had an early mammogram appointment and then went to Bible Study, I went to the Library and then to coffee where Ted Kooser joined us which he does occasionally. Then it was Home Delivered Meals and finished our route near the Senior Center where we went to the monthly Potato Bake. Even with the weather questionable, they served over 200. We ate with Orell & Jane Piening and Bob & Maxine Fiala. Jane and I grew up in the same neighborhood northeast of Garland and though I'm a generation ahead of her, we still have some common interest. Willard and Audrey Kilzer were there too from the same old area so we shared some family information. It even extended into some research after we got home in Cemetery Books that Elaine has worked on with the County Genealogy Society. Much of the discussion that takes place at these Potato Bakes could be considered "Oral History". Now I need to be ready to go to Lincoln with a group of "Old Guys" to see the Seward HS girls attempt to win #97 in the District Basketball Tournament.