Three whole days off -- and what to do?
I started it off by having dinner with my friends Mark and Jan, as Rick was away till Saturday.
While we enjoyed outdoor dining, one of my favorite moments was seeing all the nature popping out in their yard.
My favorites? The irises, which remind me of my dear Aunt Iris, mom's oldest sister.
I did my share of planting, too -- getting in annuals and tending to my "farm" in the front yard!
I did planting at the cemetery, too. Red geraniums, white begonias for mom, dad and the relatives.
The Gyp had fun salivating over the guest at Gypsy Rose's Birdbath Bar and Grill.
He also has a second neighbor to taunt him when Jasper takes a break! (He looks a bit like a bully to me!)
And of course there was time for reading (look for a new Chopsticks and String post in a couple of days!) and projects. I finished this purse, and another is done, save for the felting.
(The button on this is by Joanne!)
And this recipe tag book is a gift for a friend. I did a tutorial on this long ago, which you can see here.
All this, plus lots more. And yet still time to cook, to relax, to enjoy. I love three day weekends!
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