Monday, May 18, 2015

I forget the rest...

Favorite snacks from farmers market. #bbqporkstick #homemadedonut

Emma came home for a mother's day visit and to go to cousin Willie's law school graduation party!
It was a beautiful weekend with fun visits and deep talks and loud laughs.

Emma and I went to the farmer's market on Saturday morning.
I bought pickled beets, eggs, sugar donuts, cookies and a bbq pork stick.
I have my favorite vendors and it's wonderful to find them up at the square year after year.
Not a lot is growing this time of year..patience is a virtue, don't cha know.



Emma likes The Grumpy Troll.   #mthoreb #wisconsin #beerhere

Emma requested we go to The Grumpy Troll in Mt. Horeb.  It's a small town a few miles away.
We had a nice meal there.

Pretty ride home from the Harvard train.

It's much quicker and less expensive to take the train back to Chicago, so I drove Emma to Harvard Illinois last night.
It was a gorgeous night.
The sun was warm and the wind was windy. (nature's air conditioning)

And I was with my precious girl.











Encourage one another,
Donna

TY:  lettering by kelly cummings



12 comments:

  1. I love, love, love that quote. Thank you, Walt, and thank you, Donna for sharing it!

    So glad you had Emma home for a visit. My precious girl is home for the summer and I am filled with joy. :)

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    1. {{{LOVE}}} this, Mary Z :-)

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  2. It looks like you had some warmer temps! What a great way to spend a weekend.

    I love the quote, too. So true.

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  3. P.S. that sky is gorgeous.

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  4. Anonymous3:38 PM

    Just lovely, all of it!
    love and prayers, jep

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  5. Being with our children is such a blessing! Glad you got to spend some time with Emma.

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  6. Your Whitman quote explains perfectly how I feel every time we get to visit our kids and baby grandsons - it only matters that we are together❤️

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  7. Absolutely perfect. The visit. The girls. The love.
    I hope I will be a mom like you someday. Right now, I am dismally failing.
    This morning the kids are brushing their teeth ferociously because it is time for our teeth cleanings. They make me laugh.

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  8. Ohh Fun Mother's Day visit. Troy and I want to go to the Madison Farmer's market this season. We can bring Emma up if she's free!

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  9. Amy J in WI6:23 PM

    Sounds like a lovely time with your girls. Carrie and I just returned from bringing my girl out to DC for the summer. We had some fun times on our journey, and I know she will have an exciting summer! But, it won't be the same without her around.

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