Now that I have you singing let me tell you about where we've been the past 4 days.
Actually we were at the daughter and son-in-laws house in Edmond, Oklahoma. It was the first time we had seen them in person since the announcement of their pregnancy.
We arrived Friday evening just as they both were coming in from work. Rusty, with instructions from Sarah, had made dinner in the crock pot. I quickly cleaned some fresh corn that we brought from Missouri. Sarah put some corn muffins in the oven and we were eating shortly after arriving.
Saturday morning Sarah, her Dad, and I went to the Farmer's market in downtown Edmond.
We picked up this yellow Israeli melon. It's a cross between a cantaloupe and a honey dew. It was very tasty.
It was the biggest farmer's market I had ever seen. Such a selection of beautiful produce.
There were even orchids to purchase. They made me think of our late friend Ed, who had some beautiful ones.
Grandpa considered this chair for little miss Lizzie, but I doubt it would ever get used, at least not at Grandma and Grandpa's house.
One the way home we stopped at WOW donut shop. One of everything please!
Back at home Sarah made some breakfast sausages to go with our donuts. After breakfast Sarah and I went to Hobby Lobby for skirt fabric. She picked out 2 fabrics for skirts and one fabric for belly bands. (Something they didn't have in my pregnancy days).
Sarah turned her dining room into my sewing room. My machine sewed the skirt fabric like a dream. I guess that hospital visit last week was just what it needed.
Skirt #1 . . . size 6 to be exact!
Skirt #2, after we went shopping for a new top to match. The skirts both have pockets too! Not bad with a $2.45 pattern, considering the first pattern we looked at was $15.
Saturday night after our dinner at a Mexican restaurant, we drove through two parking lots to find a new Whole Foods Market. We had never been in one. Cousin Rita told me about them from when she lived in Austin, Texas. It was pretty much out of our price range but what a fun time we had looking. I so wanted to take pictures inside but I knew that would really make me look like a redneck. There were cheese bars, dessert bars, pizza bars, fresh fish bars, olive bars,and the list goes on and on. No need to look for everyday brands like Wonder bread or Lays potato chips, they weren't there. It's all organic. A clue of the expensive cars in the parking lot pretty much told us what we were in for. So were the Tom's shoes hanging on a peg rack for $55 a pair.
We headed to the back yard for a little Redneck golf. Lets just say Missouri beat Oklahoma!
Thanks Rusty and Sarah. It was a great 4 days, minus the car ride out and back. LOL. Love you guys and baby-to-be too!