Sunday, May 6, 2012


This weekend was a sweet flow of doings. There were errands to run, none of them too pressing or daunting, a big moon to savor on Saturday night, a full 9:00AM-3:00PM day of church (from confirmation interviews, to welcoming new members in service, to a potluck lunch — tried a Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe in the crockpot; a keeper — to a visioning workshop), then home on Sunday afternoon to clean, do laundry and catch up on paperwork.  This is my last weekend before Harleigh comes home. As much as I love my girl, things will be different when she comes home. A new routine to get used to, a house full of two people and a revolving door of friends instead of just one and a dog, more attention to the mommy role (meals, cleaning, time together). I'm looking forward to all the excitement, the camp stories she'll come home with every day, seeing her face.

I head out late this week to Statesboro to get her moved out of her townhouse and into the house she'll be sharing with two new roommates. I've rented a U-Haul and am not looking forward to the move itself. Will be glad to get that over with.

Here are some images around Chateau Gahan in all of her peaceful beauty.

This little fan is one of several I got at Hobby Lobby. Battery-operated and a lifesaver when in this summer heat I'm having a hot flash.  In the picture on the right you'll see a sombrero I tried to put on Gideon to take his picture for a Cinco de Mayo post; he'd have nothing to do with it.

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