I do not know where the time has gone. Our short trip to Breckenridge, Colorado for my younger son's wedding was fun for all of us. I don't have many pictures yet, but managed to get my hands on these. It really was a lovely ceremony and reception.
The two dogs are Corey and Ian's babies- she's holding Gizmo, and Ian has Hopper. They really were very cute in their little tuxes! Corey was a lovely bride, we are happy to have her in our family.
And while in Colorado, we did some exploring. Breckenridge has a neat downtown area that we walked several times. We found interesting hats. .
and unmistakable evidence that we we're NOT in Utah. . .
Our last morning there, we went on a tour of a local distillery. They had a cool looking, Willy Wonka piece of equipment--
and I learned all kinds of interesting tidbits about distilling whiskey. I got a good laugh from a sign they had posted. . .
We got some whiskey barbecue sauce, whiskey chocolate sauce, and numerous other bottles of goodies.
Right after we got back, it was time to celebrate the groom's older brother's birthday. I had fun making these chocolate stout cupcakes with maple brown butter frosting and maple glazed bacon. They were YUMMY!
Believe it or not, I have been doing some quilting- I've started quilting on the tee quilt, and Michelle's pink quilt is ready to sandwich. But I don't have a single picture of any fiber stuff!
So that's what I've been up to. On top of all that, I started a part time job a week ago. It's with a hospice provider, and I think I will really like it. I hope it turns into something I can keep doing after I retire from my full time job in a couple of years.