Also known as the ice cream scoop of the day.
On Saturday we took Amtrak to Superior Dairy in Hanford, California, an iconic ice cream mecca around the central valley.
While we waited to board the train, Mark started visiting with the man seated next to him on the bench, and Gabe joined in the conversation. The man took such an instant liking to Gabe that he gave him one of his hats. And told him to keep reading his Bible. Of course Gabe said, "I can't read, but my brother and sister read it to me."
I present the "single scoop."
It looks like this. You see that part of the goblet is below the counter.
The poor photo editing caption above reads: fused glass flag by Mark/Double Diamond Glass
Gabe and our friend, Steve, were wearing matching hats.
The next day, Aaron and Christa left for a week in New York City with friends, Jane and Jason, so we have the grandkids at our house for the first four days/nights. You might remember that I planned "art camp" and I'll do a post about that tomorrow.
Every time I've gone to a quilting retreat, I've received a goody bag, so bags were in order for art camp as well.
The first day they decorated their art smocks in preparation for working with different types of pain--fabric, leather, etc. We are finding it easy to schedule art camp during Ella's nap time. Again, she's
2 1/2 so that is probably self-explanatory.
Kerry's Instagram feed last week.
We didn't have a cookie cutter the right size for the star. But we did have a Christmas tree. Aren't these cute? Yummy too!
Aaron, Christa, Jason and Jane were on the Today Show yesterday. We had fun fast forwarding the DVR this morning trying to find Mom and Dad.