For me it started bright and early on Monday, getting the house, food and craft materials ready for our We Can service day and luncheon. There were four ladies besides myself.
On Tuesday I walked with Ginny first thing, then worked in the garden for a couple of hours with the neighbor girls I've been hiring.
I worked on more ornaments and did some reading and house cleaning in the afternoon and evening while Dad did his temple shift.
Then Thursday was pretty much a replay of Wednesday, other than the fact that Becca called for a nice long chat, which is always fun!
About this time I got a couple of phone calls informing me that Briahnna's father had passed away. Such a sad time. Please keep their family in your prayers. I've included Briannna's lovely comments about him in a separate post.
Next I went to Highland to visit the sick and afflicted, as Robin recovers from stomach surgery to correct severe gastric reflux. We had a lovely visit. I hope it cheered her up, it did me!
We finished up the evening with movie torture at Kews, but we actually liked the movie, it was an Adam Sandler movie being touted as not a typical Sandler movie. Ha ha, it's called The Cobbler and we loved it! Who da guessed.
As I was leaving this gal came up and said "are you Fleaology?" We've followed each other on Instagram for a year, so she recognized me from my pictures. So fun!
I hit another couple of sales on my way to work and put in most of my shift. (I'd given away a couple of hours to be able to attend the cowboy market and flea.)
Dad kept busy all day working on the bathroom in the attic!!
The door he had to cut the corner off is my favorite detail so far.
Spencer and Brittney made us Barbequed spare ribs for dinner, which was amazingly delicious. Cheryl loved dinner too, so thanks to our favorite borders.