|I brought out some Easter bunnies --probably a little too soon.|
I began to worry at that point about the little waitress and what she was in for, but she was a pro. She handled getting five 80-somethings order with grace and a smile. She even sat to take it and answered all the many questions.
My daughter even managed to pop in and eat with them, so Mama was in Heaven.
|Just a little bunny to brighten up the tray that corrals the ugly stuff.|
Let's see taking an order for those ladies ranged from how much spice is on blackened fish to are the fried oysters fried in the same boiler and the fried shrimp? Hmmm....five of Mama.
Are we all going to be like that when we get that age???!!!
|A few eggs instead of cream.|
They didn't miss a beat. Lindsay and I just sat and marveled at how many conversations were going on at the table. They were all happy...only I was a little stressed at getting all the orders right. I think I might need to learn to relax.
She took them back for cake and coffee at her house. All in all, it was a successful day and she enjoyed having them all here.
We made a trip to Pensacola to get her glasses changed and see her dermatologist yesterday. We closed on the son's house yesterday evening, so I will be cleaning and painting over the course of the next few days. Whew! I am tired just thinking about it.
Lucy made it through the day yesterday without me as Lindsay dropped by at lunch to see about her.
I am about an hour's worth of work being done with the books of the Bible cross stitch piece. I have so many projects lined up that I can't decide what is next. I will share a stitching update soon.
Off to paint,