We like to watch the mourning doves out of the kitchen window. How many do you see?
Remember the snow maze mentioned in last week's post? The boys'effort made the local newspaper!
It was a big day for our family as we were finally allowed to tell the world our big news: Matt and Kayla are expecting a baby in August! That will make us great grandparents! ¡Bisabuelos!
That news about "little Kernel" on the way had the most Likes and Comments on Facebook.
The second in popularity was this candid wedding photo I posted. We look so very young! I love seeing Daddy so alive and happy here, and lovely cousin Rosie.
I stopped by Leah's to drop off my valentines. The first annual Valentine Tree was displayed outdoors on Friday.
Friday noon my Writers' Bloc friends critiqued the piece I wrote "12 Barrels: A Love Story." So fitting for Valentine's Day! I am so grateful for their expert advice, and so glad I did not publish it here, yet!
Mike and I went to the Taylor Valentine dinner and music program--a delightful date. The theme was "Lost in the 50's." Michael was feeling very nostalgic as he recognized most of the music and even remembered the lyrics. He wondered how that was possible when it's hard to recall what happened yesterday.
This morning, Saturday, he left very early for the practice scrimmage. Several teams take their robots to one playing field and practice this year's game--Aerial Assist.
The six-week intense build-season will be over Tuesday! Mike is grateful that this year they were ahead of schedule compared to other years. It seems they will not have to pull any all-nighters. And they have been able to practice-drive the robot for a week already.