REALLY! I mean, of course, we'd love to have you!
This would be his first trip from home that didn't include going to doctor's. We were honored for his first outing to be to here. After all, for the last 3 months we have been traveling over to him every weekend, sometimes longer depending on his needs, and this was going to be our first weekend home in a while. What we had planned on was catching up on housework and yard work. So with the news of house guest, we quickly got our butt's in gear.
The guest house hadn't seen guest in months except for a few spiders that thought they had found a nice new home. Armed with all the supplies I decided to tackle it first. All went well until time to clean the bath and no light. Went up to the main house, grabbed a new bulb (light requires 3 of those round type bulbs but I only had one), folded the laundry, put everything in the basket and headed back out. Put the bulb in...and nothing. That little thingy dingy that is suppose to connect between the other thingies was just dangling there. GREAT! Another trip to the store!
In the meantime I went about pulling out some of my 4th decorations. I had to at least make it feel like the 4th. Since working outside was going to be difficult because of the HIGH temperatures, I cleaned the patio and furniture well into the night.
Up early Friday morning to first check on this little one who was having surgery at 8 AM.
Nothing serious, Praise God! At first our fears were there until the doctors at Children's Hospital in Denver assured our son it wasn't a hemangioma but an inflamed gland. She snagged all the nurses heart with her precious little face. I mean how can you not just love that face!
With nothing but good news, I got back to the work at hand.
The wind during the night didn't think my plates looked good, so I agreed with it and removed them...
Back to our 4th of July...
With the HEAT I decided to set the inside table as well. Not that we were having a lot of guest this year, but I just had to add some cheer!