Good Morning World.
Someone didn't get the memo that we're suppose to be awake yet!
Or that acrobatics are for yogis, not puppies.
How about this adorable cake made by a friend for small group? It was delicious chocolate cake, chocolate chips and PEEPS! How adorable.
Thankfully there were peeps lovers abounding so I didn't have to try to eat those things!
Although the Marine and I tried PEEPSTERS at Target yesterday and ended up buying a bag of them.
They're chocolate with a marshmallow middle.
I haven't decided whether or not I like them, but I keep eating them to figure it out.
It's a weird pop of flavor, not like a gooey marshmallow, but like a truffle-esque (new word, yo!) filling of marshmallow.
I'll buy more after Easter to really try them out.
Oh, happy Pergola.
It's done, minus all the painting, but I think I'll leave it as it because I like it.
The bench swings down into a table for playing in the garden harvest and potting.
The other side is going to have a pub table and chairs.
Both sides are covered in our grapes.
Can't wait for those to grow!
nom nom nom.
Oh, and seeing family was amazing.
I never realize how much I miss hanging out with them until I go visit.
Oh, the story times, the memories, the traditions, the laughing for endless hours even after burying our Grandmother.
She's in SUCH a better place now, worshipping God all the days.
She's no longer trapped in a body that won't allow her to speak, to comprehend, to hear, to eat, to function as a human.
Pray for my grandpa.
He's going strong, but grandma's been his rock for almost 30 years.
They got married when I was 2! That's a long time!
She's always been grandma, cooking, cleaning, librarian, quilting, volunteering time at church, always having a friendly smile or hug to offer even when she could no longer speak.
She wrote notes, and pointed and got her word across.
Grandma was a strong women who grew up on a farm and raised three children alone after her husband died from cancer.
They vacationed across the USA, flew many places, boated other places, and had many laughs and arguments.