We (which means him) harvested all the spinach and lettuce from our little raised bed garden. I thoroughly enjoyed both. We traveled to see our son on Saturday for a quick visit. We walked the campus and explored the town that he temporarily calls home. We found a little bistro restaurant and I ate a tasty grilled cheese sandwich with focaccia bread and fresh mozarella...mmm... He is half way through his summer research program, seems like we just dropped him off!
Yesterday I knit and knit and knit. I will share more, soon.
We pulled out the calendar to plot out our travels, the real ones and the imaginary ones for the fall. Sometimes the daydreams of possible places to visit can be just as fun as the actual trips. Funny how technology with virtual calendars cannot quite help my disorganized mind like the paper calendar that is in the kitchen. Seeing the weekends and penciling in events is quite helpful :)
Overall my weekend was: sunshine, humid, slow, long, peaceful and quiet.