I’m in Indiana this week hanging out with my sister, Jane, and her family — my daughter, Molly, and her family — and my son, Jon. Ben and Marta came up from Indy for the weekend and that was awesome. We were only missing the Nashville contingent.
We are staying at the family farm which Jane and Brian bought after my parents died. We are thankful that the farm is still in the family and that they have made such an effort to make us feel welcome. We have our own slab in front of the barn (with newly poured concrete) and electricity (30 amps no less) so we are feeling spoiled. And speaking of spoiled, this
is all I contributed to the Thanksgiving meal. Either Jane really had things under control or she was terrified to have me in the kitchen! 🙂
Tomorrow Brent and I are watching our grand kids while Molly and Joel go to Indy for the day. Joel turned 30 on Thanksgiving so we are giving them the gift of time together. I’m a little nervous because Fynn is only five months old and isn’t really used to bottles, but he is a very happy little guy so we are hoping that trend continues.
My next stop is Hawaii (I leave on the 1st) and since that isn’t RV related I probably won’t be posting again until the middle of December. I figure that will give everyone the chance to get caught up with previous blogs.
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are looking forward to the Christmas holidays…