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... that tomorrow I can attend the Country Living Fair that's sponsored by "Country Living Magazine."
Our plan is to arrive in Virginia by Sunday. First up, Historic Jamestowne, the actual site of the landing of the first English-speaking settlement in the New World; followed by a visit to Jamestown Settlement, which is a living history museum of the people who lived there.
God bless America!
Drove 120 miles in 2 hours.
After a fond farewell to Randi before she left for work, we hopped in the car for the quick drive to an area of Michigan known as the Gold Coast. Specifically a town right on Lake Michigan called South Haven.
We had a lot of administrative errands to tend to so got on with ...
... down. We huddled under the marquee tent and I painted butterflies and a Spiderman mask as the rain finally died down enough for everyone to leave.
Thankfully, that was the last of the rain we saw the rest of the day and both shows were well-attended by lovely people who were all about showing their appreciation for the acts. When John was out of make-up, Jeremy and Stacy picked us up around 10pm and we went downtown to a bar where we were served by ...
... feeding and holding babies, cooking meals, changing diapers, and giving the boys lots of love. We really appreciate you taking vacation time to travel a long 7-8 hours to see us! And the same to Chip's side. It was wonderful to see everyone (and a bonus to be all in one location!). We appreciated not having to travel to two states with the boys.
Since our flight back to Durango wasn't until Tuesday, we rode ...
From Kathy: Senior Lunch
Our Parish hosts a lunch for seniors once a month from October through April. A liturgy or communion service precedes the lunch. The parish provides the main part of the meal and everyone who comes is encouraged to bring a dessert or side dish if they are able to do so.
Deb Breitenbeck organizes the lunches and we never know how many to expect or how much food will come in, but it always ...