Hope you all had a delightful Father's Day.
It's important to honor the fathers and father figures in our lives, that's for sure.
Saturday night, I put a fresh, clean blue and yellow cloth on the kitchen table.
I waited til my hubs went to bed, then hauled in the plants hidden under the dining room table!
Also wrapped a package of dates (his fave), pecans, and a $25 hardware store certificate.
Had run around Saturday buying those. It entailed a trip to B.J.'s, the farmer's market and the hardware store.
Everything went onto the table, ready for my hubs when he walked into the kitchen in the morning.
Now that the kids are all grown up, there was just me to help celebrate.
So I made maple sausage links and eggs for breakfast and wished him a very happy Father's Day. God knows he deserved it as he's been a wonderful dad.
The look of sheer delight on my hub's face when he saw three kinds of dahlia plants, a shocking pink geranium, and other gifties made the extra trip to the farmer's market and all the other stops the day before worthwhile.
The kids both called and that made the day special, too.
It's important to remember the little things in life. Once I read a saying that stated something like , "Appreciate the little things in life because in the end, you'll find out they are really the big things."
WHAT WAS ONE FUN THING YOU DID ON SUNDAY? TELL US ABOUT IT!