I need to be busy with my Rocky Bluff P.D. crime novel--I have done some writing, I'm on Chapter 9 and I know where I'm going. Knowing where you're going is not enough though, I need to put my fanny in the chair and write, write, write.
We did have a great time though. First wedding was three days in what had once been an old growth redwood forest logging camp. New Sequoias had already grown tall, but nothing like the ones they'd cut down. What had once been a meadow was the site for the wedding. There was a lodge where we stayed and ate some meals and lots of cabins scattered around where the wedding party stayed.
|Grandson Nathan and his bride, Amanda|
|Grandson Gregg and his bride, Caitlin|
I have a couple of weeks home then we're headed to a cousin's 50th wedding anniversary. From there we'll go down to stay with eldest daughter for a few days because hubby hasn't seen her new digs yet. (Thanks goodness for daughter Lisa who is willing to drive us around when it's dark and the scary freeways of So. Cal.)
So until that next trip I will be busy writing.
Marilyn, who isn't complaining, I really had a great time at both weddings.