Helped Bridget make Rice Krispy treats and played badminton and 'Seven' at Jeff's yesterday. Went to Mike's this morning to see Elyse off to Paris this afternoon. She has to be at the school at 5 to meet her group for 9:30 flight from Philadelphia to Charles de Gaulle/Roissy in Paris.
Growing up, we always put milkweed sap on our warts to clear them up and it always worked. I've had a small skin tag on the inside of my left elbow and it was starting to bother me. So, I thought, why not milkweed sap?
Visited with Bob and Ann Goodman on our way over to Mike's. Elyse was just back from the shore and had to have her car towed as it died on the way home (Mike thinks he knows the problem). Annika was babysitting for her cousins and Mike and Lisa were at work.
Stopped by the Philadelphia Premium outlets on Thursday and the Lancaster outlets on Friday so Alesa could buy a comfortable pair of sneakers. At Jeff's we have been busy playing badminton, cornhole, tennis and "seven'" ( a card game using dice and Nana's 'found' pennies.
Elyse, our eldest granddaughter, graduated from Abington High School yesterday and we are very proud of her. We spent the night at Mike's and drove back to Jeff's this afternoon.
Yesterday we went to a wedding brunch at Bob and Cathy's and a second chance to visit with family and friends. It has been a wonderful family weekend and Bob & Cathy were excellent hosts.
Then off to the reception in the wedding shuttle (school bus) at the Masonic temple. Great time! Alesa, Danielle, Bailey and Bridget took a Uber back to the Sheraton at around 8 because the shuttle wasn't going to return until after 10. They wanted to rest and Bailey wanted to fish.
This morning Jeff treated us to breakfast at the Sheraton and we drove around the peninsula with Jeff and family then stopped at Sara's for a quick lunch before heading back to get ready for the wedding, Tim and Caity were married at St Lukes and, afterwards, we stopped at Mike's B&B for a q
Today was a golf day with Bob and friends, family and those in town for Caity's wedding. We (to include Alesa) played 18 at Crabapple Ridge. There were 11 of us and we golfed the final foursome (3) with Ryan Brown who was an excellent playing partner and very patient with Alesa and I.
We walked on the Peninsula amongst the Cottonwoods for a while before meeting with Ann Russell, a dear friend and a previous neighbor in Erie. She drove in from Painesville to meet with us at Sara's and she is the same delightful lady she always was.