Tuesday, July 19, 2011

literally.... over the rainbow

Yes we were over a rainbow!
On our way back from our Wisconsin visit to see family and friends we flew over a rainbow! Our very nice flight attendant came over and brought it to our attention and it was so beautiful. I have never been right over a rainbow before. Anyway, were' back home and had a fabulous visit.
It was my parents 6oth anniversary - yes 60th! They are an amazing couple and truly an inspiration.
They have known each other since grade school and he teases about how he used to pull her pigtails in class. They had a fantastic celebration party and we were so happy to be there to celebrate with them.
The week went by all to quickly as it always does when we visit but we got a lot accomplished around their house and did a lot of visiting too.
We of course had to go to a Friday night fish fry...it's truly a Wisconsin tradition and when you find a good fish fry- oh my! We went to a family style fish fry with a group friends and family and it was all you can eat. They just keep bringing platters of fish and I confess, I didn't keep count, I just kept eating. It's not a batter fried fish, it's lightly breaded and oh so good.
It was so wonderful to see our families other than on facebook and spend some much needed quality time with them. Now comes the bad part....we forgot our camera! arghhhhh- oh well you'll just have to use your imagination.

Picture this.... family dinners, lots of laughing, cows, cheese, rolling hills, fireflies (there were tons of those) rainbows, bluebirds, chipmunks (so cute), morning coffee on the deck, anniversary celebrations and toasts, blooming flower beds, pulling weeds,  and then of course the tears of departure.
I hope you have the chance to connect with your families and friends this summer....


Sue Clark said...

Congratulations to your parents! They are a wonderful couple and such loving people. Glad you were able to be there to celebrate with everyone. I am going back in Oct for a "sister trip".

Sharon said...

Congratulations to your parents. Not many people want to be a couple for a life-time. They are an inspiration to all.

My Mom lives with me now - I see every minute with family as a gift,especially our elderly parents.

SEW special!

Linda/Thistledown and Co. said...

Thanks Sharon and Sue.
Sharon, you're right, every moment is a gift and Sue what a great trip to look forward to.