Today I learned how to do my own covid test. The other ones my older son did when I went to his place first before going on to younger son and his wife’s house to visit and see my baby granddaughter. Somehow I got the times mixed up and showed up at older son’s house an hour *early* instead of always late. He was ready but no response to the text to younger son could we show up early. This meant no, so we decided to check out two different things.
The first stop was the labyrinth right down the road. We found out quickly that nobody shovels or walks it in the wintertime. This makes it great for taking a few photos. The windchimes were singing a duet with the wind.
The other was the Meyer May House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s been on my bucket list forever. I plugged it into the phone and saw it wasn’t that far from where we were so we moseyed on over. The maps voice had said it might be closed by the time we got there. I wasn’t even expecting it to be open. I walked around outside of the house and snapped a few pics before a voice spoke behind me. Next door is a huge beautiful home they call the visitor’s center for the May home. The gentleman said they were just starting the video and then after the video the actual (free) tour would begin. We didn’t have enough time to stay, but a nice lady came out of the visitor’s center and handed me an informational card and said I could reserve a tour spot online. I thanked them both and said I would do just that. Next are the few shots I got of the exterior.
By then it was time to head over to see Baby M and her parents. She’s getting around well now. Crawls and pulls herself up to walk along things with ease. It was so fun to sit down on the floor and play with the toys with her. My DIL brought out her favorite book, Dr. Seuss, One Fish Two Fish, or whatever it is called. She showed me the one pic that the baby adores and tries to kiss. I showed her the picture in the book and her little face lit right up. My DIL and I started singing and playing toy percussion and she started bopping to the beat. She’s enough to melt this granny’s heart. God is Good.