Christmas Day was spent at Bob and Marcy's. We had a very nice quiet dinner and just chilled out and enoyed the day. Mom Hatch arrived that afternoon and spent a couple weeks with us. As the new year approached so did the below freezing weather. Temperatures actually fell to 15 and 16 degrees a couple of days and a pretty good bit of rain in between. I was so NOT liking that. Even though the weather was so nasty we were able to take Mom Hatch out for a spa day.
Fred received lots of attention from Mom Hatch and, of course, he was eating it up.
Last Saturday, Bob, Marcy and John and I traveled to Philadelphia, Mississippi. We had plans to eat dinner at the Silver Star Casino then drive 30 miles to a place called Sciple's Water Mill Opry for some entertainment. The Sciple family owns one of the few remaining water powered grist mills in the county that still operates for profit. The Sciple's also host the Sciple's Water Mill Opry on Saturday nights. When we arrived at the Water Mill Opry everything was dark and there was a note on the door saying they were closed until further notice due to illness. After that we returned to the casino and played for a while then went back home.
This week I had lunch at the Corner Bakery with two of my friends and former co-workers. It was great catching up with them.
Our youngest grandbaby, Shelby will be celebrating her first birthday on February 10th. Since that falls on a week day her party will be on Sunday, February 8th.
We will be leaving Mississippi in February and making our way to Tuscon, AZ for the Escapees Rally. Safe travels to all our fellow RVers who are on the road in route to the rally.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.