I made a flower for my hat today. Now I'm ready to go to tea.
We were going to the Skagit Valley today to see the tulip fields, but we've delayed our trip one day because of the weather forecast. It was supposed to be rainy with a chance of a thunder storm today, and the outlook for tomorrow was a bit better. So of course, all morning we've had sunshine!
Then a bit ago we had a drenching shower and the clouds on the horizon look menacing, so maybe we made the right choice after all. This also gives us a day to putter and rest up after a busy weekend.
Saturday we attended our second Sounders match of the season, and while it was cold, it was mostly dry, so we enjoyed it much more than the drenching match of a week ago, even though the result was a loss. Someone asked me if we went just to support our son, and while we like it that we get to share the experience with him, we actually have season tickets because we really like soccer. And with 36,000 fans standing and cheering and chanting, it's just a wonderful scene.
Yesterday we had a little Easter dinner party with son Jake and his friend Tad. We cooked a ham on the gas grill, and it was wonderful! And we have yummy leftovers.
Tomorrow we'll head north to tiptoe through the tulips, with boots on. Then we'll drive down the island and spend two nights at the Whidbey cabin.
See ya' later.