Lovely day = van needs washing
We had beautiful weather on Saturday.
The van came out of the Washman carwash a few pounds lighter. We could now be seen in public again. We were able to go to church with Krystle and Nate and drive to his parents house without being totally ashamed of our vehicle.
The loitering policy wasn't being enforced on Saturday. Harlan was able to stand outside of Wendy's for some time talking on my cell and no one said a thing.
Nic and her guy
Nicole popped in briefly as we were taking off for church. We got to meet her "friend" Denmark... but that was all. They are going to have to come back so we can get to know him better.
DAYTONA!!!!!! the start of the Nascar season
Tom and Kim Z and most of their kids joined us for our annual Daytona Brunch. It wouldn't be brunch without them. Tom plans and mans the omelette bar. He sets out an array of ingredients and custom makes an omelette for each person. This year we contributed roasted potatoes with mushrooms, sausage patties, and fruit salad and tried to keep the coffee comin'.
It was a great race. So fun to see it on the "big screen". A young guy that turned 20 years old the day before the race won it.
Grampa's plumbing helpers
Harlan had plenty of help while he was installing our new faucet in the bathroom. Our old one had the chrome start peeling off. If we had the receipt from who knows how long ago we could have gotten it replaced for free. I could have saved a couple of bucks by being more organized. Does anyone actually save all their receipts?
Though he prefers Great Clips, I took Wyatt to Perfect Look because I had to go to Freddies before we headed home and it is in the same complex. He is great about sitting for haircuts. He really likes it short on the sides and back.
February is going out on a white note
It's snowing as I type this. Had a snow day today, thus no school for Wyatt and it's like pulling teeth to get these older guys to get their work done. It's supposed to drop to record cold temps over night so we shall see if there is school tomorrow. I really don't mind being holed up.
My sewing machine and Henry's gramma blanket are calling me :)