We crossed the great divide (The Cascade Mountain Range) and will be spending a few days with our Eastern Washington kids.
It’s hard to come empty handed. Or better put, it’s easy to come with some gifts packed in the car.
I found this little workbench at Goodwill and with my “special discount” it cost me under $6.00.
Rayna is trying to prod me into petting her by putting her paw on my foot. “Come on lady, you’re just sitting there”.
It’s nice to get caught up with this little ones new skills. I’ll be running all weekend and I hope to get some stills of Addy but she’s always on the go. I’ll be one tired Baba at the end of each day.
Happy Weekend and last day of June to you all. Happy Canada Day weekend to our friends in the North!
May the friendship between our two countries last forever.
We’ve been working on making more distinct borders on a couple of our planters. This planter is on the backside of our deck and between our home and garage/shop.
This planter is in the front of our home and is ready for the weed cloth and bark that you see in the planter above. It was so much easier to mow with this nice border today.
We are just home from our last minute getaway to Yellowstone National Park. We stayed one night in the Old Faithful Inn. The structure is the largest log hotel in the world; possibly even the largest log building in the world. The lobby was a comfortable setting to people watch and enjoy a drink.
Now at home we are getting ready for our annual fourth of July celebration with a few of my red white and blue decorations going up.
Our Canadian neighbors are enjoying Canada Day and on Monday we will celebrate with family, friends, food and fireworks for the fourth! Five words starting with the letter F!
I am thankful to God for the results of our hard work, for our last minute getaway, for the safety we had on the road, for the beauty of God’s creation that we were afforded on our trip, for our country where can worship our God in safety (so far).
Happy Canada Day to our dear neighbors to the North!
Linking up to Five on Friday with Amy at Love Made My Home and Friday’s Fave Five with Susanne at Living to Tell the Story.
…for all our friends across the country suffering in temps above 90 degrees! I hope just looking at these shots will cool you down a bit…
And for our neighbors to the North…
Happy Canada Day Weekend to all my Canadian Friends!
The U.S. A. is headed into their long Independence Day Weekend and Canada is in full swing of their Canada Day celebrations. Happy Canada Day to all my friends across the line. Enjoy your camping and grilling! I’ll post more about the 4th of July on Monday.
Now the time is right to look back on the past week and list my favorites to join in with Susanne at Living to Tell the Story for Friday’s Fave Five.
1. Spending a day away with Dear this past Saturday.
2. Spending Sunday with Josh and Laura enjoying brunch, the Sounder’s game, and dinner out.
3. Changing some things around in the Living room for a fresh look.
4. With all my shows in re-runs or off the air, I’ve been enjoying reading in the evening. I’ve finished a couple of books this week and am in the middle of two others.
5. My collage up top shows some of my plants in containers on the deck that are finally starting to show their colors. I’m looking forward to getting the patio furniture down and out on the patio this weekend. Can’t believe the weather has not been good enough to do it sooner.
We are having a 4th of July get together with friends on Monday. Dear will be smoking a Boston Butt for pulled pork sandwiches. My company will be contributing dishes. We haven’t decided on everything we’ll serve yet but coleslaw and baked beans will be part of the menu for sure. My red, white and blue decor is out and our flags will be flying.
What are your plans for the long weekend?
The First and the Fourth…our neighbors to the North.
May we always be friends and may God continue to bless our countries with freedom and protect us from evil.
Happy Canada Day!