|Me (Mary) & Erroll|
|Sue, & Gary, my husband|
everyone else. It was a gorgeous, warm day (I got a little sunburn), and it started to rain as we returned to St. Paul, and a rainbow broke across the sky as we were unloading the car at home. I just love a good road trip, and we plan to do it again, soon.
|Our craft sale set up|
And today, Sunday, was the baptism of Olivia Willow LeTourneau, my granddaughter. It was a lovely service at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, in East Bethel. When we arrived they were having the blessing of the motorcycles. I had never seen that before, and there was a nice big turnout.
Olivia was an angel, as always, and today she really looked the part. She was christened wearing a gown worn in 1911 by Tom's great-aunt, Margaret, for her baptism. Tom's sister used the gown for her children, and Tom and Laura were honored to be able to use the gown too. It was in beautiful condition, too. My own children were all baptised in the gown that I also wore for my baptism.
We went back to their home for a nice luncheon, along with other family members. And, on the way home I slept in the car for the hour's drive, and then climbed in bed to finish my nap. I am so glad it is all over, but I had a wonderful time.
Hope you had a wonderful weekend, and stop by again. I will share more about crafting next time.