My son, Paul, spent the weekend again with me and Mom, which was great. We went to lunch at Dimitri's, a Wellington restaurant that Paul said he'd give 5 starts to on Yelp because you get a very big, very good breakfast for very cheap. Then Paul and I went grocery shopping for our next meal, which was pizza hand made by Paul. We also looked at some of Mom's family keepsakes, including a beautiful quilt made about 1865.
Sunday we went to brunch with family and then I took Paul to get groceries of his own.
It was a food-centric, very nice weekend. Love you Paul.
|A close up of some of the stitching on Katharine McFadden Burge's quilt. Note the little boy and little girl embroidered on the brown fabric. For a story about a quilt from my Mom's side of the family click here.|
|In Mom's cedar chest of keepsakes was this pill box hat, which Paul said made me look like I should be riding in a Dallas parade. So sad, but a pink pillbox certainly was a hat of the 1960's.|
|Paul's deep dish mushroom, basil and mozzarella pizza.|
|Post brunch photo at Deagan's in Lakewood, Ohio. Good food and good company. From L to R are Fred, Paul, me, Rena, Jon and Lauren -- members of the best group of ex-in laws anyone could ever have.|