I cannot believe that I've not posted since February!
I'm such a slacker!
So let me catch you up on life here at The Crossing.
The pool is open. It's a really chilly 60 degrees in there right now.
I've stacked a few tons of wood.
I've weeded and mulched the front yard and planted some plants. Did you know that you can fit 30 bags of mulch in a Toyota Highlander? Well, you can.
Grandpa planted a bunch of plants out by the pool. We hope we get rain so that they grow into a lush little garden out there.
I've gotten the chair cushions down from the attic. The weather turned, and I brought the cushions in. Petite Minou took them as her own little throne from which to survey all that is hers.
I've vacuumed up more stink bug carcasses than I care to mention. I'm ready for them to go out and stay out.
We visited some colleges. LLB said more than once, "The campus is beautiful, but it's just not for me." She'll find her school. She's got a couple she loves and if ROTC comes through, she'll be a happy camper.
The VMI Boys came home for Easter.
LLB went to prom and Mr. and I chaperoned the overnight After Prom party. It was a fun night and I must admit that I'm getting better at All-Nighters.
I fought city hall a few dozen times.
We had visitors from our old home town. It was so nice to see them and spend some time chatting over dinner. It was just like old times.
We are prepping for the overnight cast party. I've got a few pulled porks, a batch of cole slaw, some potato salad, and some s'more fixin's to prep.
Grandpa made some outdoor umbrella stands out of my ingenious design. (FYI: You bang a piece of pipe into the ground, put some gravel in the bottom, and insert umbrella. It's brilliant, I tell you! And I thought it up all by myself!)
I've got some water to sell at graduation.
Then it's on to summer. We are definitely ready for summer.