Tomorrow we will have a family celebration.
I think he always liked wearing hats.
As usual Monday evening we went to Stephan and Karen's for their weekly open meal. The food now very much follows the paleo diet concept (except for the freshly-baked bread) and is superb, even including a special dessert--sweet potato pies with almond crust.
As always happens, the evening is much more than a meal, it is about enjoying the people. The crowd expanded beyond the dining table to the sunny porch. Groups lingered on the way out with the porch people--a pleasent evening for all.
Tuesday I was able to help daughter Leah clean out one of their rooms. They started moving boxes into their new home the next day.
Enjoyed a visit from my lovely granddaughter Wednesday after tap class. She is a great teacher. Class is fun and challenging.
Look what new blooms showed up this week.
Friday we attended the convention of our church fellowship held in Fort Wayne. The sessions were excellent and meeting up with some of the friends from Illinois who were on the Circle Tour of the Basque Country was very special. It was so good to meet Dave Berry's wife Sue.
|Circle Tour 13 mini reunion|
Saturday, today, we rose very early, picked up Dane, and headed back up to Fort Wayne in time for the men's breakfast.
The women's luncheon was Friday noon. I had taken my laptop to get some work done while the men were at their event.
I posted two favorite photos from the week on Facebook and got many Likes and Comments from all over. Both girls were on the Circle Tour team.
Ellie, from our town wants to be a cyclist on next year's tour and has been training with Mike.
Chelsea was a rider this year. Notice her earrings.
|Ellie and Chelsea|
Yesterday, on the other hand, was very rainy. We went through heavy downpours on the way home last night.