|A new work station for jigsaw puzzles.|
The other activities read like a "to do" list.....
--After missing all meetings last month, I finally made it back to Living Liberally. It was good to see the regulars, and there were quite a few new people, which added to the chatter.
|A 350 piece puzzle from the dollar store|
--Jennifer from Indigo Pines stopped by one afternoon and chatted up my mother again. My mother told her that she knew she would have to compromise.....and I said that when that kicked in, to please let me know! In her heart of hearts I think she knows she can't be on her own any more, but to give up on it is so difficult for her.
|The most entertainment for $1 that I've had in a long time!|
--Sunday Chris and I went to see Tea at Five at the SC Repertory Company. It's an "intimate" little funky theater that does some surprisingly good productions. This was a one woman play about Katherine Hepburn. Act I was in 1938 when she was a struggling actress. Act II was in 1983 at the end of her career. She was always an interesting woman and definitely ahead of her time, and the play didn't disappoint.
--On Saturday our electric company had their annual meeting, which usually includes music, food, prizes, etc. Again, it was at 2PM and something I thought my mother could do......and I have to give them credit, when I asked if I could drive up near the festivities and get my mother situated, the guy showed me where the handicapped parking area was and we proceeded there. Once parked, there were golf carts ferrying people about and I was able to register there as opposed to mingling with the masses in another area. It was thoughtfully organized and very easy for us to navigate. We stayed about an hour and then rode around Ridgeland and checked out some of the massive oak trees.