For the month of January, the Women's group of my church went to a labyrinth for a talk, a walk and a little meditation. The lady in the blue shirt is Taffy Lanzer. This is her private labyrinth at her own home. She is an ordained minister, a consultant and constructor of these structures. She is a very interesting woman.
We all did the walk at the same time and at our own pace.
Kathy finishes, ta da!
Lunch after at Tonto Bar and Grill. Always a good choice. Dorothy has some left for dinner. Dorothy is another wonderful, interesting lady. We recently celebrated her 90th birthday and she is still going strong.
On Saturday I went to Ulta looking for I don't even remember what. I saw a stool all set up as a "brow bar" and thought to myself, well, why not? So sat down and had my shapeless and kind of gray eyebrows cut, waxed and plucked. It was relaxing and I think I like them. Adding this to things I might like having done once or twice a year.
In addition to Schicklings, we also had Spicers and Dave and Neona with us for Christmas dinner. I enjoyed the company very much. In spite of all good intentions, I took almost no pictures this year. Sad. Too busy having fun I guess. Dennis has a Christmas beer while enjoying Beau's company.
Linda and I like to have a little mall time every year shortly before Christmas. We visit Williams- Sonoma, Crate and Barrel Anthropologie and several other favorite places. To begin our evening, parking was dreadful. For the small sum of $7 you can pull in and have your car parked. Each year it seems to cost a little more. I was able to buy a lovely roll of red and white bakers twine with the $7 I saved.
We had a delightful dinner of half priced appetizers at Kona Grill. Those lettuce wraps were really yummy.
Very few decorations this year however we were less than thrilled to view this piece of grotesquerie. Not exactly sure what the message is meant to be. Hope everyone had a merry Christmas.