Hi everyone. Happy Tuesday.
I'm wishing our hostess Elizabeth a big get well soon also.
This week for T I thought I would share scenes from my Mother's Day. It was a real celebration because my daughter came home for a few days. I haven't seen her for a few months so that alone was exciting.
We've watched a few movies together, taken a couple of walks and we even did an online exercise class.
And on Mother's Day we helped my husband open up his boat and bring it home from his mother's driveway where he stores it for the winter. I've never helped him open it up, and so I feel like I learned something new. It will be awhile before we go out on it, but at least he can work on cleaning and waxing it. I wouldn't think cleaning it would be fun but it's his baby so is a happy man doing that.
And I can't complain that he put me to work because I had a nice Mother's Day lunch. I got taken out for a yummy lobster roll at Pop's, which I wrote about last week for T. It was their opening weekend so I think lots of folks had the same idea.
And they had the place well set up for the new normal we have. Which was good because there were quite a few people there. But everyone seemed to keep a good six feet apart and respect other's space.
We got our lunch and drove across the street to the lake parking lot. And then we had a picnic in the truck.
And it was sure delicious.
The prices had gone up a couple of dollars but the local lobster folks have been having a hard time lately since restaurants have been closed and there isn't a whole lot of lobsters flying around the globe. It was definitely worth it. And I've heard that prices will go back down once the markets open back up and the fair weather lobstermen start getting more on the market.
Oh the taste of summer which might eventually get here.
I brought the bottle of Diet Coke from home, which is my T Day drink.
That's it for me this week.
I hope everyone is staying healthy and enjoying the month of May.
Thanks so much for visiting.