...I'm glad it's over! One down, six to go!
The weekend flew by as usual. Saturday, I met Gloria and Laure at the "Streetside Cafe" for our "Wad of Meat" lol. It was really good! Laure left after dinner, so Gloria and I decided to go visit our friend Bev, who just bought a new house! It was good seeing her again. She is a Breast Cancer survivor, and has also had part of her Lung removed. We got there at about 5:20, and didn't leave till 11:30 p.m.!! Well, we had a lot of catching up to do! Her house is awesome! It's in the "Frank Lloyd Wright" style, very linear and lots of windows! The house came with most of the contents, Tons of furniture & nic-nacs galore! Well made French Provincial China cupboards, tables, and chairs. Not really my style, but I had to admire how well made the pieces were.
So last night, Daughter Jamie came over to use the puter. She laughed at my Halloween decorating...! in a good way lol. He eyes got really big, when I told her, there were a lot of decorations that I didn't even put out! She also had to have a bowl of freshly made Navy Bean soup!... ahhh.. I think it was my best pot ever, if I do say so myself! And It tasted even better today! I was up late last night, working on an art project. I made a Collage, for a co-Worker Krystal, who's pregnant, and do in just a couple weeks. She's having a girl, and naming her Brooklyn Jewel. Jewel is her grandmother's name. And her grandmother grew up in Brooklyn, and told Krystal many stories. So, I had to include a vintage look photo of the Brooklyn Bridge! Krystal really loved the collage, and so excited that it's in her "baby colors" of Pinks and Browns. It was fun to make, and I'm glad she liked it.
I'm watching Dancing with the Stars, and I don't have a favorite just yet.
So nothing exciting going on. I'm looking forward the the cooler weather forecast for this week. I might end up having to make a pot of Chili too!