This was our granddaughters big week--18 years old on Monday!
There is a wonderful festival in our area at this time of year that she loves to go to, so last Sunday we went to Mississinewa 1812. Click here to see all our photos.
We have enjoyed beautiful fall weather this week, the lingering flowers and changing colors, and long walks...
...as well as several rainy days.
This is the soccer field I could see from the 7th story hospital room on one of those gray days. It is also the field where son Chef plays soccer three times a week with an odd assortment of players, young and old, including my former professor and colleague.
Speaking of soccer...Wednesdays I take turns watching the grandsons. This week it was Elijah's turn. He is really getting into the game now. That's him out in front. He keeps a running count of all the goals of his career. There was one Monday and three more on Wednesday.
Two days were spent with a friend who was hospitalized. We share many common interests. It was good to spend time with her. But she is scared. Pray for Mary.
We had a birthday dinner for Kayla last night, her favorite--fondue, all kinds of meats and vegetables.
I hung or placed her photos around the room. Today we are taking the dancer girl to see the season 5 touring SYTYCD show!
Forgot to remind you that I am having a giveaway in honor of my very first tentative posting two years ago in October. One item from Klaytivity's Unique Thrown Pottery will go to a reader who consistently comments on my Project 365 posts through Week 44 (extended due to travel plans).
And BTW, have you been over to Sara's yet?