and the busiest. We've been running like crazy people and enjoying every moment of it.
Last week, in addition to attending my first Tai Chi class, Papa and I took Leighton to her mama's school to see her brothers get awards at the school's award ceremony. Colvin got an award for Responsibility and Landon for On Task.
Friday night, we headed to Tarpon Tavern, as is our tradition, and had an early dinner. We walked a bit waiting for the Grands and their parents to meet us. This is our town's "Snow Place Like Tarpon Springs" and there truly is not anything like it. There were vendors of all sorts, snow and a snow slide, two Santas (the kids finally got to visit with the Jolly Old Man) and wonderful entertainers.
Sat. morning I walked into town to Spring Bayou and met Kristen, her friend, Lisa and the three Grands for the yearly Christmas parade. I think my favorite entry, besides the Santa float, is our town's award winning marching band. They are simply amazing.
Today is reclaim the house day and get some ironing done. I have a luncheon date with Jo and some friends tomorrow plus Tai Chi at 2pm. Tues., The Women Who Do Lunch bunch are having our Christmas lunch at Bon Appetite in Dunedin. Wed. we are back on Leighton's Limo service and I have Tai Chi at two again. It is held at the public library right across from her school so it works out great. Friday she has a half day and we don't resume her limo service til next year.
Hoping your holiday are merry and bright!