Sunday, after I arrived home from visiting my mother, Leah came over with a special little cake for me for Mother's Day!
Monday is usually a catch-up day after a busy weekend. Quite often I forget to get a photo. I was already in bed when I glimpsed a photo-worthy scene--Mike practicing the latest sculpting lesson.
I invited the ladies Bible study group to have the final brunch in our new home as they were all very supportive through this unusual year and also very eager to see the house. Tuesday busy getting ready, no photos.
Wednesday was a beautiful day and we had a very enjoyable time together, some inside, others outside.
Thursday Mike and I went away for the day to
And for dessert--baklava for the road. Mmmmmmmm, delicious.
Then we went to see the popular Hunger Games movie and run some errands in the big city.
Always wonderful to get away together.
So Friday was the day I was born 68 years ago. It turned out to be a very lazy day. I didn't go anywhere, worked in the garden and even had a little siesta. Later Leah came by with another beautiful little cake.
Lately, weekends have been so full that I am unable to fit in this faithful blog post. You will understand why.
Saturday a.m. I attended the Taylor University commencement ceremony in order to connect with relatives I rarely see--my cousin's granddaughter graduated.
Sitting next to the 'tunnel' formed by the professors brought back memories of those happy times greeting and congratulating our students.
I really like the colors of this former colleague's regalia, they remind me of the Argentine flag.
I slipped out of there hastily so we could make it to Kayla's dance recital in Anderson.
That was not the end of the day, but I will spare you further details. Lucky for you, and me, Sunday's full account belongs to next week's post. Makes me tired just remembering.