I was headed out of town early in the morning. Figured I’d fill the tank before I hit the interstate. This is what I found at the station where I planned to gas up. Who knew the place was changing hands/ brands?
Not a gas pump in sight.
A six word Saturday. Maura is reflected in Charlie’s sunglasses. They were making faces together. BTW this is the old Batman hat that was a hand-me-down from Michael. Finished the replacement hat today. See below.
The new Batman hat completed today December 28th
Still standing. Near Roanoke, Virginia.
An early Christmas gift, created by Marlene (my DIL’s mom-we share four grandchildren). This year she and her husband hosted Thanksgiving Weekend in Hardy, Virginia.
Know you’ve seen me on the blog more times this week than the rest of the entire year but I wanted to show you her thoughtful and creative gift. Marlene’s Cricut machine skills are amazing. She purchases and downloads an SVG file from the computer, cuts it out of different colored vinyls, centers it, then uses a special machine to press it on thoroughly. I love how she made the heart a sparkly red.
Marlene knows I enjoy knitting so this design* was perfect.
Thanks Marlene. I can’t wait to wear it.
Photographed by Erika
*About the design- It’s from an Etsy Shop specializing in SVG files- Sammo from Vicksburg, Michigan
Virginia Road Trip. Pulled over onto a skinny shoulder to take this photograph.
Erika’s cousin Shannon captured the store exploring we did. I missed National Sloth Day last month.
I captured the “found grocery list” in the cart.
What fun to find and read other people’s grocery lists
first time seeing Peatos
The boys run the Airedales on the front yard at their other grandmother’s home. Hardy, Virginia. Chilly but beautiful outside.
Signage in a puddle.
Seen in Ohio a couple of weeks ago.
A very skinny puddle.