This week took me to Kentucky for a few days. Sometimes the 11 hour drive isn't all that "environmentally friendly."
|-A gas refinery on the border of Kentucky and West Virginia-|
It was my youngest brother's birthday on Tuesday, so we celebrated by going out to lunch.
It was an enjoyable day that ended with my baking his favorite, chocolate brownies, to celebrate his
My visit was to also (finally) order the marker for my brother's grave who died last year. Even though it will match the headstone of our parents, it could have been done via phone and e-mail. However I felt that this was something that needed to be done in person.
Once again, I stayed at the Airbnb
I had stayed at in the fall. It's a lovely home and the room that is spacious and quiet is perfect for me! The homeowners, a retired dentist and his wife, are both warm and welcoming. I feel lucky to have found such a nice place to stay when I visit Kentucky.
All too soon my visit was over, and I was on my way back home to Virginia.
Carl did a great job single-parenting the dogs and the cats too.
Today, I spent time with the dogs, and caught up on things around the house.
I caught Todd and tried to take his picture with a spring-flowered headband for Easter.
Of course, he made it clear he would have none of that!
Sheba was a little more cooperative, but trust me, she didn't like it either.
What we do like is this great weather we've having this weekend. I hope you're having a good weekend too! Happy Easter!