We set off on Friday and took a bit of a different path...Heading into Indiana before we got to Cincinnati so we could see a quilt store. When Robert had his colonoscopy, one of the nurses caring for him noticed my tote bag and asked if I had made it. She has the same material and then told me about her mom's quilt shop in N. Vernon, IN...Sharryn's Quilt Box. I haven't been to a quilt store in some time so we thought it would be nice to go and meet this kind nurse's mom. And it was. Plus we got to meet her dad. The store is lovely and I found a new time to make.
We arrived at the Kennedys to find only Peter wandering around but soon enough everyone had gathered. We loved being with them. Jacob had bought so many pairs of blue-light eliminating glasses and talked to me about how damaging the blue light from TVs and devices can be on a body...causing bad sleep as well as possible dementia. Naturally, when I showed interest he got on the computer and ordered us a couple of pairs.
Saturday morning we got up and went to Evansville's Frog Follies which is this HUGE, no GINORMOUS car showed swap meet. It was hot as hades but was fun to see all the cars. We took the Kennedys to dinner at Olive Garden. Then we went to the movies.
Sunday was church and in the evening the Eagle Court of Honor for Peter. The 4 boys surprised Cara by inserting into the program a musical number. It was all about how Cara had earned her Eagle but they gave the patch to them. It was great to see Jacob, Cody, Sam and now Peter all Eagles and Kipp well on his way.
Same was MC
Kipp posts the colors
Peter in the pew waiting!
Kipp receives his advancement
Cody watches, he's really not sleeping.
Peter receives his Eagle pin.
Peter pins the Eagle Mom's pin on Cara.
and of course, there's a hug.
Next it's Jacob's turn to get the dad's pin
Followed by a hug
Cody leads the Scouts in the Law and the Oath
An Eagle Nest of friends!
Today was also National Dog Day and I sure do miss Niko. Luckily I had the Kennedy's Leo to romp with.