Just a few Monday musings to look back over the week and especially the weekend.
Mr. T spent much of last week helping to paint the exterior of the family cottage above. He and one of my cousins took on this project for this summer. It has needed to be done for quite awhile. They had blocked out a week to complete it, but the first two days were rainy. Thankfully, they had gotten a head start the week previous when the cottage happened to be unoccupied. (Extended family members book time at this family cottage each summer and fall.) It came out so nice. Really thankful they were able to complete this project. Below is a side view. You can see they had perfect weather part of the time.
Saturday afternoon, we had some time with my nephew, visiting from Arizona. We were excited to show him the little camp we are fixing up, a place he had not seen in many years.
Then on Sunday, we had a nice day in church. In addition to Sunday School and morning worship at our own church, we were blessed to attend an afternoon worship service at Grace Baptist and hear a message from one of the counselors at The Wilds of New England. The last Patch the Pirate Club presentation of the year was also going on -- two of our grandkids took part -- and all of this was followed by a special Father's Day meal.
We rounded out the day with a campfire and family time at our little camp. For Father's Day, our daughter and family gave my hubby a fun patriotic apron to use when he bakes his famous cookies.
Mr. T and I then spent the night at the camp, where we were able to sleep with windows open to a refreshing breeze. This morning we enjoyed coffee at the campfire. What a treat! We are feeling incredibly blessed!