We have really enjoyed Jon having coffee with us this week. With having worked in Washington, D.C. for the past 20 years and doing a lot of traveling, he brings a much different perspective to the group. Yet, they lived in Seward for some 6 years in the early '90's, so he relates to the group well. While we enjoy Jon's contributions to the discussion, I don't think anyone enjoys it more than Jon. We went down to Walmart directly from coffee and among other things, got a keyboard to use with my new computer. (We also had this picture printed with copies for each of us.) Jay has a collection of such pictures from over the years.
Though the new Dell computer is a laptop, we set it up on our old computer desk and will use it as a PC. I like the auxiliary keyboard that is more nearly what I am used to using. The mouse is wireless and I can control the cursor much better with it than to touch pad. We also have it set up to use our current printer with a wireless connection. I am optomistic about what we can do with it but it will be a challenge. Coach Riley also has some challenges, being on the short end of a 38-24 score in the Music City Bowl against Tennessee, in Nashville. Ryker Fyfe did a great job filling in for the injured Tommy Armstrong. It is ironic that after being back up QB for the past 4 years, he got to play his last game.