I like to sort the LEGO pieces by color and then by shapes. It’s relaxing. Having the colors and shapes sorted makes it easier to find the required pieces. I like to think I’m being helpful to my grandson. He’s really good at putting the creations together.
Kaufmann’s Department Store is long gone but the Kaufmann’s Clock installed in 1913 (click bold name for history) is an Historic Landmark in Downtown Pittsburgh.
You may have read my post about Minnesota Hotdish and also a guest blog of blog follower dc who was inspired to cook a Hotdish in Florida after reading the post. Fellow blogger Audrey Helbling writes and posts excellent photos on Minnesota Prairie Roots blog. Audrey and dc always leave thoughtful comments on my blog.
My post today features some happy mail I received today from Audrey and dc.
And if you have followed me for a. while you know how much I enjoy knitting. Imagine my excitement as I opened a sheet of personalized return address labels, custom made by dc, all with different yarny and knitting themed photos.
I don’t want to put my address out there but you get the idea from this cropped photo. Take a peek.
So what a great day for happy mail! thank you Audrey and dc. Two thoughtful friends, making life nice.
My DIL Erika and I were on our way to Wiggin Street coffee on Saturday morning. She spotted the deer as we walked up the hill at Kenyon College Swim Meet.
Friday before sunset. Ohio landscape.
Easton is an outdoor mall. We’d just been to the LEGO store, doing some birthday shopping. As we walked to the car we saw this car pull up with the hatch open. Balloon Delivery! Wonder what the occasion was and why the color choice.
Granddaughter Maura and me.