Nice mild morning. Gary helped with chores before going down to Java.
I did more dragging...part of the outdoor, indoor and paddock again. I was beginning to think things would never dry out.
At 1pm we arrived at Ann and Ron's for a St. Patrick's Day feed.
They decorated outside and in.
There were about 30 of us....below is Ann, our hostess. You have met her before at the monthly dinners.
Topper, the Iron Man, arrived with Carol about 1:30. This man just had a hip replacement a week ago Thursday and was shocking the socks off me with the way he was getting around.
Carol must be doing a fine job of supervising him.
Our friend Al made a cane for Topper with a handcarved handle.
Part of the entertainment today was Irish tunes.
Do you recognize Chet from our Farm drumming group?
I had no idea he could also play the accordion!
The food was spectacular. Much more than what I have shown.
Before dessert, Chet (also known as the Bread Man) told us some of his breadtime stories. He is working on a book and does a great job.
He also brought everyone bread! (Just like he does at drumming). Over the years, he has given away more than 30,000 loaves. He views it as an act of kindess....pay it forward....
You would love his stories.
Home by 4:30 and watched a very sweet movie before chores. "Dolphin Tail." I'm sending it down to Finn and Cooper.
Did not go out until 7:15.
More flowers are showing up.
Tucked the girls in around 7:30.
Time to crash.