We seem to be a bit sluggish, after AA's eye surgery, Ford and I having colds, and now AA is getting over a cold/virus. She has a golf tournament this Sunday (14th) and Monday so hopefully she will be ready. Even in Florida, golf slows down during the winter, we have had many days in the 30's and gusty winds, so less golf practice!
We planned what we would be making for AA's classroom Valentines - an origami box with chocolate kisses inside. With AA feeling a bit poorly, it was good we began two weeks ago! Folding proved easy, it was the assembling which I had to take over, for some reason the box corners were tricky for AA's hands. We cut out hearts and wrote her classmates names (some we used ink stamps, but went back to hand writing them). All done and off to school this morning, the 12th.
With Chinese New Year here, I made chicken stir-fry on Monday the 8th and pork dumplings on the 10th; this weekend will be noodles and Asian meatballs. We get in the mood to cook homemade Chinese food, so fresh and yummy!
And Ford got back into baking homemade bread - nothing like cold weather to keep us in the kitchen!
AA did get to see Deercreek Golf Course, did a quick ride through with Coach Kathy on Wednesday (so cold!) and on Thursday, it was warmer, so practiced at Eagle Harbor and was pleased to play with a gentleman - here's the post from Facebook.
fm - The experiences and people Alyzabeth is exposed to through her golfing both humbles and amazes me.
Yesterday she played with "Mr. Larry". 42 years of service and counting with the US Army. Presently working out of the Department of Defense. What a privilege...