Yesterday I attended my Daughters of the American Revolution meeting at the Red Lion Inn and then headed to the club for an hour of swimming. On Mother's Day (Sunday) we were invited to dinner at my youngest son's house and his wife Kristi had made a big spread of ham and lots of other wonderful things. We also celebrated our son's 35th birthday! Oh my! My baby is getting old!
Today my younger sister Denise made a fabulous lunch for our other sister, Roberta, and my daughter and 2 granddaughters and her daughter.. "Girl's Lunch". She made a delicious "Chicken Spaghetti" out of the cookbook of one of our favorite fellow bloggers - the Pioneer Woman. She also made a dessert from her book, a fresh blackberry cake. It was yummers! Below are a few of the quilts my talented and precious sister has made and uses to decorate the walls of her home, and uses for bedcovers too.
In Oklahoma I fell in love with the old windmills dotted across the plains and asked hubby to get me one. Well, he actually has looked and looked for a real vintage windmill, but today I came home and this one was on the deck. :-) It's a small ornamental one, but I love it!! He got it at Coastal Farm & Garden store. LOL