Thankful today for my daughter's softball team. After suffering an ankle sprain at first base, they rallied around her with the kind of support every fourteen year old would be fortunate to have. After gathering together to carry her out to the truck, they continued with calls, texts, and outpourings of encouragement.
After a ER visit, we are resting at home for the day. We are so blessed to live in this community.
Simply because its been a while, today is Tuesday, and my almanac calendar say the moon will rise at 5:42pm, we have a decrepit house in which to wonder when it will really fall down.
You can't travel around these small, country roads without seeing a farmhouse in a state of disrepair. This makes me think it could be a saddlebag log structure. I confess I didn't get up close and personal to check for logs under the siding.
"The most expensive hobby a rich man could have is a boat, and the second most expensive hobby a rich man could have is an old house."
This week has been a whirlwind of activity. This picture illustrates three wonderful young ladies dressed as famous leaders in history. A dinner celebration culminated their leadership program for the school year. From the left: Mother Teresa, Dorothy Hodgkin, and Cleopatra. I'll claim Cleo as my own. I would take the other two as well :)
Swimming with jellyfish? Apparently it is possible in Jellyfish Lake, in the western pacific.
Rebel Wilson truly makes me laugh. Maybe that is why the girl and I will be watching Pitch Perfect 2 this weekend. You can catch a clip of her right here.
Paula Deen's waterfront home in Savannah is for sale. I have to admit that I don't care much for the kitchen design, but the walk in pantry makes up for it.