On Mother’s Day in the evening we gathered for a potluck dinner outside at Dan and Jamie’s. Captured some photos of our grands with their dear mommy.
It’s not easy to get two little ones to look at the camera at the same time.
I captured a couple photos of Addy with her Granny but missed taking photos of the other participants because my hands were occupied with the grands…
Our views on the way to Mother’s Day dinner.
Lots of catching up to do before we head into June!
I’m so happy to announce I have an appointment with a new hairdresser on Tuesday morning at 8:15 am. My mop will be so happy. I’ll be driving down the highway a ways but it’s worth it.
We are having a Spring heat wave here in our corner. We had the air on for the first time yesterday. Today and tomorrow will be hotter so our air will continue to cool us and the house off.
What’s new in your corner of the world?
These are barns I’ve taken photos of over the last 3 months but haven’t shared. They are all located in the Colville area of Washington State.
Linking up with Tom for The Barn Collective.
…with mist and clouds and barns! When we left Colville on December 18th for our 6 hour drive home we stopped at the top of the kids’ driveway to take our favorite view from this spot.
Here’s a close up of the barn in the previous view. It’s crumbling slowly.
It was a misty moisty morning with low lying clouds or fog which made for interesting backdrops for the barns and farms we flew by.
We were happy to have chosen this day to return home instead of Tuesday since there was a snowfall of 14 inches after we left!
On this past Saturday my Western Washington girls and my sister had a fun day in downtown Seattle. We met up for brunch/lunch and then walked to the 5th Avenue Theater for the Sing-A-Long Sound of Music. This explains the name for my combination post for the Barn Collective and life as it happened this weekend.
It really was a blast. We were given props and prompts to interact throughout the movie and it really was fun singing our hearts out. We hissed, we booed, we cheered, we bowed and of course we sang along on every song. Among our props we were given a popper that we were instructed to pop when the Captain and Maria kissed in the gazebo. So much fun especially since there was a young girl in front of us who kept us entertained with her spot on interaction throughout the show!
Linking up to The Barn Collective with Tom The Backroads Traveller.