When we moved to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, following the grandchildren, a dozen years ago, old seminary friend and now retired Methodist bishop Fritz Mutti said: “You two always seem to be starting out on some new adventure.”
We went reluctantly to the UP, the land of winter, but it certainly was a place of adventure. We have also gone reluctantly into the winter of years, but old age has turned out to be an adventure, too.
As we conclude 60 years of marriage tomorrow, we look forward to the next adventure.
John Robert McFarland
“Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.” John Wooden