And, so, as usual, it was off to one of the book sales with us. The other is next week. I found a couple of cookbooks, of course, and if I don't love them, I'll pass them on. But at a buck a book, how could I not support this adorable little library?
The boys each got a few books, and a photographer from the newspaper was wandering through. Evidently he thought my little guy was cute selecting books, because he took a picture. (Of course, I think he's cute. Especially when he selects the biography of President Eisenhower written by David Eisenhower because he likes long biographies.)
Forsythia's now in bloom, I saw some daffodils (although we don't have any), the lawn is finally green, we have pretty purple flowers in the lawn along with the dead leaves that didn't get cleaned up after they fell in the snowstorm at Halloween, and I got to take the Mark V out for his inaugural ride this spring. Yes, I cautiously believe spring is in the air. And if I get snowed on for saying that, I'm going to be mightily honked off.
One of my sons told me recently that I should write a college kid cookbook, because many of his friends can't figure out how to feed themselves after they get apartments, except with Ramen noodles and fast food. Any ideas or suggestions? For all the young folks out there who don't read what I have to say anyway, what would you like to see if I did write it?
And, now, with new cookbooks in hand, I'm off to do the obvious: sew!