Letters to Tuvia Y3/#sol18 3/18 End of the Big Weekend: Sadie and Eliana

What a way to end this weekend!  Back at my mall on the carousel after years of living close by.  Now with two sweet youngsters we were in new territory.  What a way to spend a few hours on a Sunday, just before the hordes joined us on the lines and just before I knew I had to head for home before I passed out from weekend exhaustion.

Now back home, pjs, Sunday night of great TV and I can’t get up.  Good thing my computer is right next to me.  So sorry, but this is another short slice but wow what fun to create the source of its inspiration.

Love to Sadie, Eliie, M and Manda Jill,

And, to you

Bonnie S.

6 thoughts

  1. It looks perfect. We are also sprawled out on the couch after a full weekend. Much to be thankful for and to love! Thanks for sharing.

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