(The whole family just after the graduation ceremony. The boys were so glad it was over - they were bored!)
(Jerry's hood - tan brown on the outside for business, purple and gold inside for Taylor University.)
(Jerry and his parents.)
Anyway, we flew up to Dayton, Ohio (where we used to live) and drove to Jerry's parent's house. They live just one hour from where the graduation took place in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. We got to spend some great time with Jerry's parents, celebrate and early Christmas, watch Jerry's accomplishment, and play in the snow. While at the in-law's, I did the cooking so we could stay on our allergy-friendly diet. It actually worked out really well. I planned a menu in advance, sent Jerry's parents a grocery list with the things I thought they could find, and brought the rest with me. I pre-measured all my baked goods into baggies so all I had to do was add the wet ingredients every time I made something. It was a wonderful system. I think I am actually going to do this once a week at home, too. It saved so much time!
(My baking mix bags all ready to go. Please ignore the other miscellaneous stuff on the counter behind the bags.)
So that is my excuse for not having a post on Monday. Is it a good one?