Then we ate some of The Golden Girls' scrambled eggs with spinach, onion, garlic and cheese, with sides of homemade beans and sauerkraut. Beans and sauerkraut? Yes, we ate them, because to stay healthy you must eat beans and eat something sour everyday. So I guess you could say, "Mission Accomplished."
And after that, believe it or not I made us fresh juice using apples, pears, celery, cucumber, lemon, carrots and watermelon. While we were drinking it and talking about how much fun we had yesterday with our good friend Stephen K. Morris, Tony's sweet sister Annie and Stacie, our sweet sister-in-law arrived to pick up Tony. Because they were going to the famous Willow Loop, just outside of Fredericksburg, so they could photograph the beautiful Texas Bluebonnets and wildflowers and then eat a delicious lunch at Wheelers, in Fredville, on Main Street.
Yesterday was great and productive and it ended up being so much fun that I ran out of time to blog last night. To start with, Brae and Zachary showed up to help us mow and weed eat the fence lines and when they had finished really making a big dent in our tall weed-war, I asked them to please finish painting my writing cabin pink for me and while they were busy doing a great job doing that, is when our dear singer/songwriter musician friend, Stephen K. Morris, arrived with his guitar, so we could introduce him to Chet and they could jam together.
Omg! In Outer Space those two started picking and grinning and taking turns playing their songs and it was magical. In fact, I had goose bumps for the three hours that they played and I think Tony did too, but he just won't admit it. I took this picture of these incredibly talented musicians, during a water break. Stephen is on the left and Chet is the one holding my guitar that he played, because his was over at the Lodge.
Y'all have a great evening!