We got home April 19th and it was still cold and rainy. Our daugther kept telling us not to come home, but to stay where we were nice and warm. We did have such a great time and loved all the warm, hot weather that we had. We've got caught up on all the things that we needed to and now are ready to play again. No more long trips until July, just shorter ones. We didn't do any crabbing in OR or WA, because we didn't want to freeze sitting there waiting for the crabs to eat the turkey legs. Fresh crab is so YUMMY!
I feel so sorry for all the people in the tornado states and where the fires are burning. Spring is so late, that a friend in Cataldo, ID hasn't been able to plant her garden yet because she doesn't know if she'll be able to plant all that she wants to. Just last Fri, they had 4" of snow. Where is spring?
I've been quilting and finished 2 more quilts for Project Linus and tomorrow after church will go to Pacific Fabrics for a Project Linus Quilt Day. Getting together with the other quilters is so much fun. DH will have to fend for himself tomorrow, but he plans on waxing the car. I'm taking our tow car to church and P L.
I can just imagine Debbie Snyder getting ready to head to Salt Lake City for the Spring Market. She is sure one busy gal. Good luck at the market, Debbie!!!!! I didn't watch Prince William and Kate get married, because it started at 1:00 our time and I figured I needed my beauty sleep more than watching the wedding. I saw the important parts on tv the same day.
It's good to be home and reconnect with our kids and grandkids. Our grandaughter, Katie, has been our travel companion in the summers, since she was 3. Started with a few days and worked up to 5 weeks. She's such a good traveler and loves all that we do. She'll be 16 yrs on Aug. 17th. Last year, we went to AK, so she didn't get to go with us any and due to being a teenager, she'll not be traveling with us this yr or who knows when. Don't you just love the teen yrs. She's turning into a fine youg lady.
Keeping all those in who need prayers in mine.