My youngest granddaughter, growing in independence, wit and wisdom with each passing day, turned 3 years old a week ago.
We see Sage quite often, living an easy 80 minutes away from her Chamberlain home. When there’s no reason to go to Chamberlain, we connect on the road at her sisters’ school activities. Just a couple of weeks ago, during a break in the action in the Chamberlain girls’ district basketball game at Miller, we sat in the bleachers and shared early birthday cupcakes, a nice moment on an otherwise unremarkable Tuesday.
From the crest of De Grey hill on Highway 34 it is possible to see a long reach of the Missouri River, from the wide corners that lead to the Big Bend all the way upstream toward Pierre.
Last Sunday afternoon, that stretch of the river was one long mirror. What a perfect afternoon to be out on the water, I thought to myself. Nancy sighed, then said, “It isn’t as calm as it was at Chamberlain.”
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