My first two photos are borrowed. A favorite grandbaby pic from the DIL's FB profile, used with permission.
This is the busiest week of the year for Mentor Mike.
|(Photo credit: Logomotion Week 6 on FB)|
Pottery classes at the Red Barn continue three afternoons a week.
In his spare time, mornings usually, Mike spent most of his time in the garage building a slab roller for the pottery room at the Red Barn. He is very pleased with how it works.
So, what have I done this week of my "robottery" widowhood?
--Monday I drove the granddaughter and Wednesday the daughter to their appointments. They have been without a car since the accident.
Daughter gave me this sweet Valentine bag.
--Had a cardiolite stress test on Thursday early and came home wearing proof of having been hooked up.
--I went out to eat three times:
Thursday evening I met my dear friend and former colleague at a Mexican restaurant in town.
Appropriately, I wore my new necklace that came from Mexico last week. I really like it.
--Friday evening the high school art club had a Fazzoli's dinner fundraiser. I ate there with two of the grands.
--This evening, Saturday, friends from our days in Europe were in the area and we had a meal together in the home of other missionary team members who live in town. Sadly, my camera battery died. :(
Oh, but this morning I joined a couple students from last semester in the Walk A Mile In My Shoes, a Rescue Mission outreach.
And I've been working steadily on various projects at home. In the future I may have something to show for the time invested.
Our snow is almost gone. The moon is out big and bright.