Great American Baseball Tour — Day 29

Sunday, May 13, 2018
Happy Mother’s Day

clipart alligator relaxing

Seems like this guy is spending way too much time on my page. But Jim & I were both worn out after  yesterday’s tour of San Francisco. I was sitting with my legs in the same position for 2.5 hours on the bus, not able to stretch out. Then we did a LOT of walking around the pier (and around the block trying to find the car). So Jim slept all day again and I just did computer stuff.

It’s my birthday and I’m having a party!

You may have gotten a Birthday Party invitation — Wednesday, June 13 is my birthday so I’m having a party! Actually, two parties –1:00-3:00 for the kids to make Base Bowls and 6:00-10:00 for the grownups to make Lace Bowls! (Kids workshop is $15; adults is $20).  We are using the short ice cream cu[ (right) for both projects. There will also be cake and ice cream. Be sure to sign up and send in your deposit if you plan to attend.

The Happy Kitchen

Chinese dinnerJim was in the mood for Chinese food tonight. I couldn’t believe how many Asian and Indian restaurants were around. Besides, finding any restaurant without a long waiting line on Mother’s Day is a challenge. This is our table — we needed a few more people to help eat all this food! [note: the red chopsticks were just a decoration. LOL] Here are a couple website pictures of outside and inside the restaurant.

So it’s back to the hotel to watch a movie.

Chinese Ceramic Projects

  • Weaver 0150 SMALL CUP NO HANDLE, 2 ¾ x 2, Bisque $3.00
    just like the teacups we were given for dinner (no saucer)
  • Ann Original 0232 PERSONAL TEAPOT 2-cup Bisque $7.50

And then there’s our Dragon Collection

  • Column 1: Dragon magnet, dragon for wind chime, dragon ornament
  • Column 2: Kimple Dragon ornament with pole in red & green
  • Column 3: Dragon hatchling, stuffed dragon (bank), dragon silkscreen

We also have lots of clipart and coloring book pages that can be transferred to  plain pieces such as plates, bowls, cups, teapots, etc.

Carol’s Carousel
Jim & Carol Warneke

 

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