When we were married (long ago!) we had a nice big wedding with cake and punch in the church basement for afters (smile!) We were showered with useful gifts and my tiny rental house cupboards were full of all kinds of "stuff". I've been using my Revere Ware pans all these years and I will still keep them, but Kelli gave me new cookware for Christmas. Nice! I had to clear out 250 pieces of loose Tupperware to make room for them. Well worth it! I haven't used them to cook yet, because I've been over at her house with the girls. I'm home now. Whew.
Prior to that, we went to Boulder to see my sister and her husband and my precious niece who is a pastor's wife there. SHE is a darling. We have tea parties in this family and Amy produced a nice kiddie tea in the blink of an eye. Aw!
I didn't know she has a Brown Betty, too! There are LOTS of girls in this family, but her sweet boy joined in. LOVE HIM.
Amy has a darling dog and this six month old cat, Ginny. I wanted Ginny to jump in my purse!
Here's the pastor. He's so nice.
Out at Kelli's house, Granny did a lot of letting the dogs out and letting the dogs in. I love her new kitchen, so we made lots of hot chocolate and toast. Birdie practiced her reading (Look at all that peanut butter! She ate it!)
Yes, three little golden heads were very sweet for Granny. They liked lounging around with no place to go. We didn't even get in the car the entire time.
Tomorrow it is back to school for me. I'm sure my students will be sleepy all day. They are at that age when sleep seems unnecessary, so I suspect getting up early again for school will render them quite dreamy. It's okay. It's time for poetry (YAY!) and grammar prep. We can do it.
The wind is blowing snow off the roof outside. I'm happy to be inside wrapped in a shawl. Time for toast.
Thank you for stopping by for a friendly hello!