Yes, we - mostly Al - have been spending time in San Francisco. Lucky we didn't sell Homer the RV because it has become his home away from home while working to revive the restaurant. There is a really long story and the future is an undetermined work in progress. Stay tuned.
A trip to San Francisco . . . .
In the meantime, I can show you what kept me busy while he was working.
To commemorate our trip to Chicago . . .
A 21st birthday . . . .
a high school graduation . . .
A fabulous snowstorm in Sequim. . . . . .
Two to four feet, depending what part of town was measured. A huge drift in front of the garage kept me snowbound for six glorious days! I had enough food, wine, chocolate and yarn to keep me happy. My Wisconsin snow shoveling skills served me well to get to and from the Patch. It would have been even better with Al at home. But he would have gone out there and shoveled away that darn drift and spoiled the fun.
And needlepoint to keep me busy . . .
One for Paulette.
One for me.
Can spring be far behind?
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