Mom’s out of town; I miss her when she’s gone.
I delivered Daughter #1 to her workplace. She’s a good kid, and good at her job: capable and friendly.
Then I dropped her best friend at home. This friend has candor. I like candor. It’s refreshing.
Then I stopped by our church. I saw a faithful deacon I think of as a brother, and his son, a very pleasant young man I’ve grown to love also.
There was another stalwart gentleman I also love. He was painting the outside of the church: a good update from the beige to a neutral taupe.
When I got home I greeted Hubby’s sister. She comes to visit the little lady twice a month. It’s cute: they watch Little House on the Prairie.
Then we took sweet Daughter #2 shopping for tack. In addition to lessons, she’s driving a cart led by a trained miniature horse. His name is Max, isn’t that funny?
I saw the email notifier that work had come in. It started with my favorite two words: “No rush.” This guy, by the way, is another brother.
Then we corralled D1 and D2 and retrieved the above friend—and delivered them to D1’s fiancé, a welcome addition to our family; they went on a hike.
Hubby and I took a drive and visited my niece. MAN, she looks good for someone celebrating her 40th.
We got some good pictures of my active, blonde great-nephew climbing a tree.
My nephew was out for a bit, but we always enjoy seeing him; we’ll say Hi at the wedding.
We enjoyed meeting some of their friends; it stands to reason that awesome people would have awesome friends.
Then Hubby and I went out to eat. We met a very fun waitress named Barb. She cracked me up!
Tonight Hubby treated me like a queen. He’s my bud.
Then the “kids” got back safely. I’m so glad the family feels enjoys the comfort of home.
People are Wonderful.