Tuesday, June 1, 2010

So Long Westminster Willie

This is about a wonderful blogger at http://cloodyandfrank.blogspot.com Frank got me in to blogging way back. Cloody is sick and Frank has been caring for her so blogging has been put on hold. But you can still do comments and he does read them.
They are moving to Houston Texas in a week or so, it will be a good thing to be close to their fun loving son and daughter in-law and we are going to miss them very much. We will still talk every day. We love them.

Cloody gave me the Teapot to go with our old occupied Japan cream and sugar set

This is Frank at the Village August birthday party. Our birthdays are the 6th and 7th

Cloody and I having lunch eating Cloody's tomato pie with a little wine

Frank and Cloody on their 62 year Anniversary

Good- by two lovely people


Darla said...

I do hope Cloody feels better soon. I miss your stories of the village...

Shelley said...

Sorry to hear about your friends moving and I hope Cloody feels well soon. I love that tea pot they got you - very elegant!

Charlene said...


What a nice picture tribute to a wonderful couple. With the speed of the computer and the cell phone, you will be able to stay in touch. Frank turned us all on to Blog land. Maybe after they get relocated, he will start posting again.
Ervin is still having problems and I am taking him back to the doctor this afternoon. Thank you for your prayers.

Happy Trails to Frank and Cloody.....Westminster Village was a more fun place with the two of you.

Anonymous said...

Patsy, I know how dear these folks are to you and Bennie. You have the peace of knowing that they will be well received where they are going and I sure pray that Cloody can feel better soon. You four are very blessed to have such a close friendship and I feel sure with internet and phones you will continue to love and support one another.

Frank Baker said...

Great Post, Patsy, Thanks a lot, and cloody likes it too. Don't worry we will be back.

Marydon Ford said...

Never good-byes, just see you later ... what lovely pictures, Patsy.

Have a great week.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

What a wonderful post about your two precious friends Patsy. I wish them much happiness, thank you for sharing.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Wonderful post about your friends Patsy, I wish them good health, sometimes it is better to be close to family :)