Today I am going to cover planes, trains and the rest of my very mundane life! First though, I want to say Happy Father’s Day to Randy. None of the kids were able to get home, but they all phoned their dad. Luckily, we get to see all of them in the next few weeks.
Now that we are retired, sometimes we need to get away from each other. That happened this week. Randy got in my car and headed south while I took his car and headed north. Luckily he was only going to a friend’s house and I went for a massage. On his way home, Randy stopped at the Arkansas Air & Military Museum at Drake Field. I think he enjoyed it and he did snap some pictures. So without further ado:
Moving on we will fast forward to yesterday. Randy went to beer school at the Fayetteville Library. He ran into friends and they all had a great time. I stayed home and did laundry, mainly because I do not like beer! Here are the shots he took.
Today after brunch, we headed to Springdale to see the Amtrak exhibit. My favorite things were the “fake” people having lunch and the posters. Here, take a look:
And here are the pics of the train:
I have more train pics, but figure that would be overkill. Since I saved you from death by Amtrak, I will try to bore you with pictures from our yard! “Yee Haw”, said no one ever.
Our weather has been as weird this spring as it was this past winter! We actually lost some plants, trees and bushes from the cold, but what did make it has been gorgeous. I guess the wet and cool spring has been a good thing.
These lilies have been in a pot for about 10 years and have made three house moves. They are gorgeous.
Our very small garden seems to be happy also. We live three blocks from the Farmers’ Market but sometimes you just want some herbs and peppers in your own yard.
Randy finished his latest ceramics class and I am impressed at what he has learned. Check out these pots!
Well, that almost covers it all. Hope everyone had a great weekend. Let me know what you are up too!3 Comments
Randy’s pottery is beautiful!! It looks like some of the pottery I’ve seen at art fairs. You and Randy could open a shop with all of your creative creations. Please let me know if they ever have a Wine School and I’ll be there.
The pots are wonderful! Also, those lilies are gorgeous. Can’t wait to see the garden in real life in three short days!
Your garden is amazing!!