Wednesday, May 21st, headed for the G.L.A.S.S. Rally by 10:30. Only forgot one thing and my support team had me covered. Thanks Tammy. I kept thinking “I don’t have to go back to work for 3 months”. Then I drifted off to sleep as MM kept on trucking. Arrived at the Rally by 2:00 and hooked up with Al and drove into the fairgrounds together so we could park together. Sue was working all day and joined us by 6:30. It was fun catching up over dinner. Sue had lots of stories about her quilting group – fun bunch.
Thursday, May 22nd, got a slow start to the morning. MM went to a tire pressure seminar while I attended a class to make a beaded angel. Isn't she beautiful?
I sat around this afternoon in the beautiful sunshine. This picture is to make everyone envious. The sky was just beautiful.
In the afternoon we strolled through the vendors and bought the tire monitor system for all 10 tires, MM will be installing these before we head out. For dinner this evening we went for the Spaghetti Supper at the Berrien Springs Middle School. It’s walking distance from the fairgrounds. This is the biggest annual fundraiser the school has for scholarships. After dinner we hiked over to the grandstands (prepared with warm blankets to wrap ourselves in – it’s cold out there) for a performance by Ken Karter the ventriloquist with his out of control puppet “Madame Lasagna”. He has a lot of audience participation and this group really gets into it. We laughed so hard! We’re looking forward to another busy day tomorrow. Or maybe more relaxation, we’ll see.
Friday, May 23rd, Happy 86th Birthday Mom!!! It’s still early in the day, but this morning we went to a seminar on going to Alaska. It was very informative. Since MM has done most of the planning he was familiar with all the places, but he learned a few new things.