It is hard to believe that it has been almost a year since I left Akron.
I stayed in Canton at my nephew and his wife’s house. Dan and Vanessa were fabulous hosts. I enjoyed my time with them and the girls. I was sorry not to see Alivia, but we could never match up our schedules.
Henrietta enjoyed the space and gorgeous sunsets in their backyard.
The time flew by and I didn’t get to see some wonderful people, but I did get to see a lot of people. Unfortunately, I often forgot to take pictures.
Tom Collier, Barb’s husband, took me truck shopping and I picked up a 2014 F-250 Lariat. Brooks at Park Honda gave me a good deal, or at least I think he did. I hope he finds a wonderful home for Hank the 1st. To my dismay, Hank was having a bit of trouble hauling the newest Henrietta.
This picture is at Lakemore Plaza in front of one of my favorite stores.
I got to quilt a bit with my original quilt group. It was wonderful to see the gals. It was fun quilting together. I did forget my quilting in Columbus, but Barb was kind enough to bring me a block to put together.
I went to lunch with the gals from quilt group two. It was nice to catch up and discuss our quilting progress and projects.
I am not great with cropping and enlarging photos, so I am not sure you can see the wonderful faces on my friends. These are part of the Ramer family. I was lucky enough to attend church with them and have lunch at their house.
This is part of the Lawrence family. I love having people make funny faces when I take their pictures.
These gals were in my ABF at Maranatha. Sadly our gal Mary passed away earlier this year. She was missed! We met at Artisan Coffee on Canton Road. Great place to relax and catch up!
Ahhhh, margaritas with chips and dip after a haircut and trimmed eyebrows. Just like old times with my favorite hairdresser, Gretchen.
It really was wonderful to see everyone that I could. I wish I had pictures of everyone I saw. I also wish I could have fit everyone I love in during my time in town.