Going Somewhere to Do Something


I got so much done this weekend with the passel o’ teenagers! The yard is looking excellent.

I’m going to Huntington today with my cousin to go somewhere for something. It’s something educational and agricultural-ish and foodie. And free. I can’t actually remember what it’s about, but it’s going to take all day. I’ll report asap tomorrow on whatever it is!

Update: I had the headache to beat all headaches this morning and didn’t go. Now I’ll never know what it was!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 4, 2012  

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  1. 6-4

    That was your body saying REST. Take today and sit it one of those rocking chairs one your porch and enjoy some of the fruits of all the labor that has been going on lately. REST – Love Ya

  2. 6-4

    Hope you feel better fast!

  3. 6-4

    If it was educational and about food, there’s a good chance it was at Huntington’s Kitchen, which was called Jamie’s Kitchen when Jamie Oliver was in town filming his show Food Revolution. I live in GA now, but whenever I am visiting my family in Huntington, I always want to go there and take a cooking class. But alas, so far I have always found the kitchen to be closed. Probably because most of the time when I visit up there, it’s around a holiday. Someday I will get there!

    PS – Hope you’re feeling better soon!!!

  4. 6-4

    I’d have a headache too if I had as much going on as you do!

  5. 6-5

    Maybe you were a little hydrated after being extremely busy yesterday, maybe didn’t drink enough water. I tend to forget when I’m so busy.

  6. 6-5

    Oh, bother! that was supposed to be “dehydrated”.

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