It was a busy, but nice weekend. My stepson is visiting from Kentucky, so we took the kids to the town where hubby works (since he had to work Saturday morning) and spent the night at the hotel so the kids could go swimming. They love to do things like that and it's a nice break for us to get away from home for awhile. (Oh yeah - hubby and I are getting along better now - always a good thing! The jury is still out on whether or not we'll survive this little setback, but for now, we're just working on the whole forgiveness thing).
We were fortunate enough (well, if you're into that thing) to see the Raminator crush three cars on Saturday at a car show. My daughter thought it was awesome. :-)
Sunday we went to the WWII museum. This WWII veteran started collecting WWII memorabilia in 1945 and this museum is jammed with stuff. He has an extensive collection of books, uniforms, weapons, magazines, flags, medals, and just about everything else you can think of. Unfortunately, it's definitely a mom and pop museum (this elderly couple has been doing it for quite a long time) and it's in need of a good reorganization. I don't think he has his extensive library catalogued, which would be a job in itself. I'm thinking of offering to volunteer maybe once or twice a month to help him get things in a better semblance of order.
On the writing front, I did manage to get a bit of editing done while I sat around the pool watching the kids (no swimming for this gal!).
Hope you had a great weekend!
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