Pat and Christopher came out and we had lunch at the Rosemary Tree. "Delicious food, good service and wonderful people". That should be on the sign above the door. After lunch They headed back into town. Pat will bring Christopher out to stay with me on Friday. I am pretty excited. He is a great kid, and we need to work on the Radio play together, and he has promised to help me start a walking regiment to try and build back up my stamina and strength. I am hoping to get accepted into the HOPE project in Thomasville with the next month or so, but it will be fun for the two of us to go ahead and get a start on things by taking a walk each evening. We stopped by the Chamber and signed him up for the free art classes at the Jefferson Art Center. These are classes offered by a Grant Melanie was able to get and are free to the students. The classes are from 10 - 2, and they will be in 2 classes each day with a little art appreciation/history class discussed at lunch. I think it is a great idea, and happy that the girl at the Rosemary Tree told us about it. The following week he will be in Space Camp. The last week he is here we are hoping to take some driving trips around the area, maybe to some caverns or caves or forest, or museum. I know I have been waiting to see the insect show at the Mary Brogan Science and Art Museum. He has some brochures of things over in Alabama. We will see how things go. But I am pretty excited about our time together.
And here is another day in the life of Bob, father and Kathleen, daughter's trip across the pond. Last night we left you in Barcarotta, late after dinner. We begin with the next day:
The pharmacist daughter in law, her daughter held by Marie, Dad, Amparo, Teresa, Santiago, Paco and Pablo