Here they all are. My son's girlfriend gave them to me for Mother's Day. They were incredibly beautiful and smelled delightful.
All of the recent Food Friday entries and those coming in the next few weeks were written weeks ago and scheduled to post on the appropiate date. There's no way I could do that while I was on the road. For one thing, the graphic is in my home computer.
Last night we attended a Spring Dance Concert at Pasadena High School. Bob's grand daughter takes a dance class and this is the first concert the school has put on in 20 years. Other than the filthy mouthed, rude kids in the audience~it was very enjoyable. The students performed jazz, lyrical,modern/contemporary,belly dancing, hip hop and break dancing. There are some very talented kids there and it looked like they were all having a great time.
Yesterday afternoon Bob & I were going to go out to Santa Monica but figured with the pre-holiday weekend traffic we'd better stick closer to Pasadena, since we needed to be back for the Dance Concert. So we took a little shorter jaunt to downtown L.A. to have lunch at a place called Phillipe's. Phillipe's is reported to be the home of the french dip sandwich. It's a very interesting place... It is located just a few blocks from Olvera Street and I wanted to go there and get some squished penney's. He dropped me off and I walked into the shop that has the squisher machine, got some penney's, took some pictures and met him at the other end of the street where the shops are located.
Our plan is to stay here this weekend and then Tuesday we are heading south to a California State Campground at San Clemente. We have reservations there for Tuesday night and Wednesday night and we'll be coming back here Thursday, stay for a couple more days and then head north. Wednesday we'll be spending the day in San Diego and I'm hoping we can go to Sea World there. I would also like to visit the Midway Museum. When we cruised into San Diego, our ship was tied up right next to the Midway but we were never able to get over there to see the museum itself.
Bob hasn't decided which route we are taking home yet. We'd talked about going up Highway 395 in eastern California and eventually into Reno. He always like to take the opportunity to see his 90 year old aunt and his cousins in Carson City but he says if it's too hot we'll go up Highway 101 along the coast.
I hope everyone has a wonderful Memorial Day weekend and please pause and take a moment to remember.....
Until next time, Linda