Monday, October 22, 2012



I had my latest bunny packed to take on my trip up to my mom's, but I wanted to pack light, so I left him home and brought another pair of fingerless gloves to work on since they took less space. It didn't take much time for me to finish him up. Now, I just need to send him up to Melissa, so she can give him to her nephew. Very happy with him!


I took a little side-trip on m way home from seeing my mom to visit Paige. She biked over to the train station to meet me. Davis is a big bicycling town, and for now, Paige's only mode of transportation is her bike, which Russ "made" for her. He wanted it to be dependable and comfortable, but not too tempting to bicycle thieves, since there are a lot of bicycle thefts, along with all of those bikes. She loves it!

 She was very happy to see her mama, I'm sure, especially since we stopped by a local Asian grocery store, so she could load up on some of her favorite treats. I laughed when I saw her refrigerator because it was a mini version of ours, full of Trader Joe's spicy red pepper hummus, parmesan cheese, baby carrots, and spring mix lettuce. U.C. Davis has a good meal program, but Paige think it's cheaper to just feed herself.



I had to post these pictures because I thought they were so funny. U.C. Davis is about fifteen minutes from Sacramento and an hour from San Francisco. It's an agricultural school, so there are some wide open spaces nearby, but still it's urban....and Paige's apartments have a turkey problem. They're loud and wander through the walkways. Funny!

3 comments:

Dee said...

Do those turkeys not realize Thanksgiving is just around the corner??? LOL

Glad you got to see your girl and have some face time with her.

WendyBee said...

Isn't that just like life? There will always be a bunch of turkeys to deal with.

Love the bunny with the sweater and the blanket!

Thimbleanna said...

Awww, that little bunny is adorable! Yay for having a little time to see your girl too. Sorry to hear about your Mom -- it's so hard to watch our parents get older, isn't it? Like you, we have rehab ahead of us -- good luck on your end.