It was a pretty good weekend for us. The cold snap is finally over and the weather was lovely.
Brian finished painting the dining room on Saturday. (Well, almost. He still has to paint sash on two windows.) The top (above the chair rail) is Medecca Ivory and below is Nantucket Green. Both colors were leftovers from jobs Brian had done and since I couldn’t decide on colors, we let what was in the paint pantry decide for us. I couldn’t have picked any better. It looks so fabulous. I washed clothes and hung them on the clothesline and made Chicken Divan for dinner. The rest of the day, I spent “twittering.” In a nutshell, Twitter is a social network and it is very addicting.
On Sunday, we went golfing at our favorite course, Lake Marion. It’s a very nice, well manicured course (not too hard). And, all the people that work there are great! For as crowded as it was, the pace of the game was just right, too. We only had one little backup at Number 10, but we got to meet the party ahead of us. That threesome was with a group of sixteen other guys from Ohio who come here every winter for golf vacation. They go home tomorrow to 18 inches of snow!
Brian’s goal was to break 80 and mine was to break 100. No, neither of us quite did it, but it was still a good day for me. I think I’m decidely somewhat a little tiny bit better with my fairway woods and my putter. At least I was yesterday.
I’m cooking a pot roast with potatoes and carrots in the crock pot today. That crock pot is a great tool for weekday suppers, that I don’t use nearly often enough. I’m looking forward to a yummy dinner and quality leftovers for lunch on Tuesday.