Our time in Gananoque turned out to be most enjoyable, and a
I love walking into our house after we've been away. It feels MASSIVE!
Things have sprouted here since we've been gone. The tulips are up, there's a bunch of stuff that has returned in the veggie garden (I didn't know that parsley is perennial, but I'm SO GLAD that it is!) And the grass, oh boy does the grass need to be cut. If we could figure out how to swap out the damn snowblower for the mower deck, I'd get right on cutting the grass!
We picked up the Dudler on the way home, who looked almost a little bit disappointed to see us. I think he's been just a wee bit spoiled at Joe and Louise's!
Tomorrow I have big plans of being served breakfast in bed, and very little else! Maybe someone will take pity on me on my very first mothers day and do all our holiday laundry. But I doubt it!
We have a TON of pictures to share...they're all on Steve's computer, and as soon as we get them off there and onto here, I'll inundate y'all with them!