I have been so busy lately. Work on the Nooksack Centennial Celebration has taken a lot of my time. You think I would concentrate on that, but, nooooooooooo, I see things I want to do and just do it. I had this small can of green paint and decided to paint the front door. I like this. It goes well with the new roof.
My son and his wife brought my Grandson, Cadel, for a visit on
Cadel is such a happy little guy. He is very busy with his arms and legs, but is not crawling yet.
I made Blueberry/Blackberry cobbler for dessert.
My DIL was attempting to eat hers while holding Cadel, but he caught the dish with his foot and it ended up on the floor, whipped cream side down. That was okay. A carpet can be cleaned, and there was plenty more cobbler.
The next day, a new friend of mine came over to help me in the yard. We got a real chuckle at the duck's curiosity.
They followed him all over as he spread the wood chips in the flower beds.
I'm getting my yard spruced up for the Nooksack Centenial Celebration. People will have the opportunity to take carriage rides through the town, and it includes a trip through my farm. I want everything to look perfect.
After a long day of work, I took my friend over to visit my old alpaca herd.
The other night at our church's Ladies Night Out, we had the opportunity to hear Sherri Sheppard speak about marriage and Faith. Our Pastor's wife requested that we all bring our wedding pictures. It was her anniversary, and she thought it would be fun.
I chose this picture, because it included our best man, who was my Pastor's older brother!
Gordon, our best man, unfortunately died three years later while working on ski Patrol on Mt. Baker. I have duplicates of this picture, so I sent one home to Pastor Bob. What a small world this is. I didn't start attending this church until last winter. To discover this connection was such a surprise. But, it is a small world, and these kind of surprises are popping up all the time.
So, Saturday is the Celebration. This week I lost three of my entertainers (Oh NO!) but serendipitously, found a bluegrass band to take their places. It's going to be a beautiful, warm day, just right for a Birthday Party in the Park.