Monday, May 11, 2015

Basking in the Glow

 It was a lovely Mother's Day. John fixed a fine breakfast of croissants, poached eggs, Canadian bacon, and fresh pineapple -- and bubbly . . .

 A phone call from Ethan -- the elder son in Atlanta -- and then Justin --the younger son -- came up and finished a stone walkway behind the house that had been begun last year . . .

In the evening,  Justin and Claui fixed a sumptuous dinner of shrimp and grits . . . 


and Andouille sausage and kale and broccoli and salad and more bubbly.



That's my idea of celebrating!


11 comments:

Kath Marsh said...

What a wonderful Mother's DAY!

Barbara Rogers said...

here here!

daybreak said...

For a moment I saw the young woman I first knew at U of F standing at the stove! Happy Mother's Day indeed.

Frances said...

Vicki, you all really do know how to celebrate a fine day! xo

katy gilmore said...

What a lovely day! Your folks do it right!

Vicki Lane said...

Thank you!

And daybreak -- who are you? Susan Ree?

Jim Egerton said...

Great day and great meal. Happy Mothers Day

Friko said...

And I suppose you sat in your rocker and allowed yourself to be spoiled.

Great idea.

NCmountainwoman said...

I cannot think of a person more deserving to bask in the glow than you. Glad it was such a wonderful and relaxing barefoot day.

Ms. A said...

Ooooooh, shrimp and grits! YUM! Sounds like a wonderful day for you!

jennyfreckles said...

Sounds wonderful. Bubbly for breakfast, my...