This week my blessings were even more plentiful.
- My in-laws celebrated 65 years of marriage. 65 years. Holy smoke!
- Jonathan and I had our 25th anniversary, which is a quarter of a century. Holy smoke!
- Allie returned from her trip to Louisiana to visit with her John and his family. They were so hospitable to her. She had a wonderful, wonderful time and is still talking about all they did. They took her tuna fishing and we even got a package in the mail of frozen fresh tuna and red snapper. Both were freshly caught and we've already tried the tuna. It was delicious!
- Ashley's friends, May and Ester, returned to Boston, after a long weekend. We were sad to see them go, as our home full of 20 something girls was quiet again!
- Despite a rainy week, we managed to get some tennis in! Tennis is always a good thing.
- I worked on the manuscript for "Death on the Island". Once again, I got lost in the story and loved my job.
- I worked on some artwork as an outlet for the writing. It's done strictly for therapeutic purposes, but I feel I do my best work when I'm not focused on the outcome.
- I touched base with an old friend. Always a fun thing.
- The girls and I planned a brunch menu for their grandparent's anniversary: Crab chowder, Beef Wellington, Green Salad, Anniversary Cake.