Jenny's chickens are growing. Sam and Plum Cake are enjoying them.
More ironing. I pile all my clothes in the laundry basket in my study and I iron when I feel like it. I didn't want you thinking that it's a chore that I feel like I must do.
Here's that water I was talking about.
I'm knitting a cotton tank/vest thing. I am using this Peter bag my sister gave me for this project. Cute, huh?
I went to the mall to get my hair cut. A nice young girl from Eastern Colorado styled it. The funny thing is that she lived for the first six years of her life on "a small island nobody knows about". Yes, my Guemus Island! We had fun talking and she snipped off my hair. Next time I'll have her cut it shorter, but didn't she do a nice job with the blow dryer?
I've been waiting forever to get this book in the mail. Have you read it?
We flew to Salt Lake City to visit some friends. Salt Lake City mountains are VERY pretty!
Today's cloudy but we had a few days of good clothes line weather.
Plum has been visiting.
We had to get the guest room ready for Samantha Rose to spend the night. I moved the flower sheets from our bed because they are too slippery.
We went to the library.
Later with Sam, we visited the bookstore. I love the way the bookstore smells, don't you?
I've eaten quite a bit of kid food in the last few days. Argh. Back to plants.
Sam has a new raised bed for her very own gardening endeavors. She likes blue flowers, but she could not resist a very red geranium. Who can?
A few lilacs came over the fence so I clipped them. Our tulips are pretty, too!
James turned 2! This morning we went to the mall and ran around.
James had a little work to do.
Later at his party, he enjoyed the veggies and dip.
He liked playing with his cousins!
We have had lots of grand-style fun lately. LOTS!
We're having our wood floors refinished so that means a lot of moving stuff. That's what we'll do tomorrow. We'll celebrate Mothers Day, too. I'm so thankful for my mother. I love her so.
I'm so grateful that God allowed me to be a mother, too.