Friday morning Matthew and I drove up to Phil's, to help him pack and run to Powell Gardens one more time.
Last time Matthew and I visited, I didn't realize that you could go up in the grain silo. This time we did and what a view from the top. I just love the way the quilt block garden look from the air.
I've never seen vanilla fuzzy caterpillars before. Normally they are brown, orange or a mix, but this year they are everywhere.
It makes me wish I had a lily pad garden.
Later that night we went to hear Funk Syndicate play. I love that band! Matthew danced the night away and earned some awesome beads from the lead singer.
Today we loaded up and came home. When I was almost home, the clouds got bad looking. See that blue-greenish strip in the middle? It was really blue-green in person. It looked like hail.
Literally 1 minute later the wind was blowing rain pretty much straight horizontal. I couldn't even see out the windshield. The world had become black water. Then it started hailing hard. I have never been so terrified with Matthew in the car. I was finally able to see a driveway and pull off about 3 miles out of town. Going even 10 MPH didn't feel safe. I finally got home, no visible hail damage, but boy was I shaking when I got there.
I pulled myself together and we went to Matthew's favorite babysitter's wedding tonight. Bailey is a very special girl to us. We hope that she has a wonderful marriage.
What have all of you done in the last 36 hours?