I just returned Monday night from a 2+ week visit to my DD's family to help out a bit with our sweet granddaughter while DSIL had some trips planned. I got to pick her up early in the afternoons from day care and either took her to the nearby park or played with her at home. I also did some kitchen help, ran errands, went to the grocery store, etc. I stayed long enough (and DH flew in for) her 1st birthday party. (We helped with the prep for that too.) I made some play dough for the party. While the kids enjoyed it, the "big kids" (adults) enjoyed it even more. The party's theme was "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" and my DD made the cutest cake.
She's such a sweetie! I got to see her first steps (walking independently) and DH taught her how to say "uh-oh!".
In the mornings, I would walk down their (steep, .6 mile) hill and over to a nearby park for a nice walk. I saw deer, bunnies, and lots of birds there. If you look carefully in the picture below, you can see a deer.
I didn't have time for much stitching but I managed to finish a couple of PS wips I brought with me.
It was really hard to leave (and I'm already thinking about my next visit there) but, I suppose, good to get home and back to "normal". I have a new model to stitch that looks to be something I'll really enjoy stitching.
We celebrated Pi Day yesterday for dinner by having some of my DH's homemade pizza we'd frozen and a banana cream pie (with rum-soaked golden raisins and toasted almond slivers) that I made from a recipe of my late MIL. (I'm going to have to do a lot more walking to make up for that meal!)