Category Archives: texas
The Funny Grandson has had enough. As have we all, in one way or another.
Merry Christmas, y’all! We are in Austin and loving our quiet holiday week with the Texas members of the family. As I write this Banjo Man is chopping the onions, green peppers and celery for Thursday’s gumbo. Son Will is … Continue reading
I left Austin yesterday morning (Tuesday) at 6 AM. The plane was dark and quiet, which gave passengers a few more minutes to snooze after early morning trips to the airport. I think the above photo would make an interesting … Continue reading
Yes, this is a photo of a roll of toilet paper. Maybe I’m the only one who hasn’t seen this eco-friendly or budget-friendly or something-friendly innovation in toilet paper, but just in case you don’t know about it, here … Continue reading
It took quite a few hours to get out of Baltimore, but it happened! Here is the view from the window as we were about to land in Austin. It was a welcome sight. The airport baggage claim area was … Continue reading
And at the Austin airport’s new gift shop I saw these. Hilarious! I didn’t have room in my bag for any of them, unfortunately. Which one is your favorite?
It’s good to be a grandmother, especially when my daughter-in-law says, “He can eat anything he wants!” and believes that grandmothers should be allowed to spoil their grandsons. I’m very good at that. It’s one of my super powers. So … Continue reading
Hi, everyone. I’m back in Rhode Island. Will took me to the Austin airport at 3:30 AM last Wednesday. My suitcase was much lighter (baby quilt finished and gifted, jam, summer clothes and sandals left behind) and my heavy electronics … Continue reading
A funny thing happened last Christmas when I was trying to come up with dinners the family would like. I get tired of making the same things over and over again, though everyone insists they like lasagna and enchiladas and … Continue reading