Well, I have unpacked (actually did that on Saturday and have washed all my clothing, both what was here before and what I brought home) and have settled back in to daily life.
Yesterday morning, the Bennett family gathered at Andrew and Julia's for my birthday and for Mother's day for Carol, Whitney, Julia, and me. There was a really yummy breakfast prepared by Andrew and Julia and followed by many presents. :) There was a bonus of seeing all my grands and great grands on that side of my family, except for Ben (Emily's husband) who was sorely missed.
Yesterday afternoon, I went to see "The Importance of Being Ernest" and when I went to sleep in the first half of the play, I knew the play wasn't going to be enough to keep me awake in the second half, so I left during intermission. If only they had done the play in American English instead of "The King's English" I am sure it would have kept me awake. Almost every time I have attended that theater, it has been booked solid. I am sure the "English accent" is the problem, because the theater was more than half empty.
Since I had not had lunch, I decided to go across the street to the Buttermilk Cafe and have supper. Well worth my time, it was! Upon arriving at home, I decided to work on making some "thank you" cards with my Cameo Silhouette and some creativity.
This morning, it was off to Sunday School and church, followed by a lunch with some of my friends that I dine with most Sundays. We have a wonderful time joking and laughing; we decided to get together at my home on Thursday evening for a spot of supper and a few rounds of dominoes. Yay! Great fun ahead!
This afternoon, I had the pleasure of chatting on Skype with daughter, Teresa, and then working some more on the thank you cards. I hope to get them off into the mail in the next couple of days. Nothing like striking while the iron is hot, so to speak. Tomorrow, back to working on Amy's quilt and hopefully get it completed before the week is out.
Well, that is about it... I hope to soon be working on the next chapter of "Sleuthin' Sidekicks" where Anna Belle and Lucy Mae run into more trouble. It will be serialized on my blog just like the previous one. One day at a time is how it will progress. This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for today. Much love to each of you, my friends and family. Bye for now. More later.