Laundry is done.
- Husband’s sock and underwear drawer is full.
- His shirts and slacks for work are hanging in the closet.
- Clothes for working outside and roping are in the utility room.
The fridge is full.
- A pork tenderloin is marinating and ready to be grilled.
- Plus a green bean casserole and other yummy goodies.
The pantry shelves are stocked with his favorite snacks.
Towels and wash clothes are stacked in the bathroom cabinet.
The dishwasher is empty, counters are clean, and the kitchen floor has been mopped.
Mason jars (empty ones) are boxed and loaded in the trunk of the car.
A case of Shiner Ruby Redbird is also in the trunk, along with two bottles of Cupcake Moscato.
This could only mean one thing:
By the time this post is published, I will be well on my way to Kentucky. Yes, I’m beginning this drive at night and will arrive at my parent’s before lunchtime Monday. (ssshhhh, they don’t know this yet …. it’s my little surprise for them.)
This trip has been in the works for several weeks and my desire to get home was intensified when Mom was hospitalized for five days. Thankfully, she’s home and on the road to a full recovery. The week before, Dad was diagnosed with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. He is also on the mend and doing much better. Needless to say, it’s past time for their Darling Daughter to get home. It also means I’ll be working in the garden and shooting a few rounds down the range with some high-powered target rifles. Yeaaaa!!!!!
As for Three 31, blogging will continue business-as-usual. I have most posts already scheduled to publish automatically.
Don’t forget about the fabulous giveaway (ends August 5) sponsored by Copper River Bag Co. Enter by clicking the image above or HERE. Be sure to follow the entry directions carefully and good luck!
I’ll see y’all down the road, this girl is headed to Kentucky!