Monday, Small Town Runner announced the haiku contest winners and I was a runner up!
Nothing edible here? That's what the deer were thinking!
Thanks to them I won Burt's Bees hand soap and lip gloss for my haiku.
criss crossing fresh fallen snow
"This one got extra points for alliteration. I like how Rita doesn't come out and say who or what the pre-dawn visitors are." Karen's comments.
DIL served tacos and Spanish rice at Monday Meal.
She raved about the grapefruit she'd been devouring since purchasing an 18 lb. bag.
State-of-the-desk report: some new comfort items--a citrus snack, the Argentina poster and history book.
If you can tell me what Garfield is consuming I will send you a sample (family not eligible for giveaway ;).
For my memoir project I have decided to focus on my years growing up in Argentina.
We are enjoying breakfasts together in our retirement, unheard of before.
During robot-building season, that is sometimes the only meal we have together.
And, we continue to make our way through the Old Testament, one or two chapters a day; always something new and interesting.
I visited my wheel-chair-bound friend and took her her favorite from our famous local restaurant, Ivanhoe's--a pizzaburger.
We set up a folding table, she brought out a little tablecloth and we enjoyed our sandwiches and Moose Tracks sundae with sugar-free frozen yogurt.
Notice we both have our craft items along. I continue to knit socks and she is always crocheting something exquisite.
Only five photos?!
Plenty happening, just didn't take pictures--a ladies night out at the church, we watched Pride and Prejudice (hilarious with subtitles; "birds chirping" was a constant); spoke at another ladies gathering using some of the Art Pilgrimage photos and comments. A good week.
And Mike's finger is healing.