I spent less than the admission price we would have spent on the show. The crate came from a sweet woman's garage sale closer to home named Nancy. I fell in love with this old crate, and my dearest found this cool drying rack.
|I found this frame at a thrift store for a couple of bucks. A project piece. More on that at a later date.|
We of course stopped by my Mom and Dad's resting places. (graves is SO final) We always fall into this one sided dialog, telling Mom and Dad the family news and how much they are missed. The tears always come, but my honey is there to comfort me. It's a bittersweet day. So grateful for my Mom, so grateful for my children and now my granddaughter.
The rest of Sunday was a beautiful ride, way up Milwaukee Avenue all the way to Wisconsin.
So much has changed in the 40 some years since we've been headed up north this way. There are still familiar spots, but not much open space like when we were young. We've been having Sunday drives since we were dating. Still my favorite thing to do with my favorite guy.
Kristen a wonderful Mother, spent the day with Doug and Penny. Jon and Charlotte enjoyed a day with absolutely nothing to do and Mike and Amanda went out for breakfast and visited friends in the evening. I really liked this Mother's Day Eve thing we did. Maybe it will become a tradition.
Thanks so very much for stopping by and for your friendship.
Enjoy this beautiful day.