Well, if you have been reading this blog since we retired, you know that life consists of concerts and more concerts! We live about a block from the Walton Arts Center, Randy can get student tickets and we go every chance we can. The latest show was actually a fund raiser for the local hospital foundation. I went as a +1 date with my sister. We ate, we drank and we listened to Backroad Anthem and Joe Nichols play some great music. It was a lovely evening!
Luckily, tequila did NOT make our clothes fall off!
James and Randy finished up their beginning pottery class. I was so impressed with their work. The glazes were outstanding and I loved them all!
Randy is taking another 6 week class and I can’t wait to see his next work!
James and I almost finished our boots and shoes. We did manage to break my sewing machine and the sander was pre-broken from the manufacturer! As soon as the new sander comes, I will be able to finish the edges and wear them!
We went to Springfest over the weekend and watched the bed races on Dickson Street. The weather was gorgeous and the crowd was happy.
There was a Pup Crawl during the day and I was amazed at all the dogs that showed up in puppy strollers! It was pretty funny.
To round things out, we went to my sister’s house, on the lake, for Easter dinner. The food was great, the company was awesome and we all “had” to participate in the Easter egg hunt in the back yard. Mind you, the youngest in attendance is a sophomore in college! It was pretty hilarious.
Well, that is how we are handling life around here. Spring has sprung, the grass is green and the dogwoods are blooming! Life doesn’t get much better than that! Hope all is well in your world!4 Comments
“The weather was gorgeous and the crowd was happy”…except Patrick 🙂
Glad spring has finally sprung!
You got it right on that one!
I love all the parades and stuff you have going on in Fayetteville!! Randy and James need to make pottery for a living. Their stuff is beautiful!!! I love the bowl with all the colors!!
That is one of James and I love it also!