On Friday night we watched My Uncle and his community theater company perform Michel Marc Bouchard's play Lillies. This play is worth your time if you ever get a chance to see the work performed on stage by talented actors. It's complicated and multi layered and makes you think about the plot long after the show. It's like a good book. It entertains and makes you think. Of course, my uncle was the best actor in the company! After the show we ate fried pickles, cheese fries, burgers and talked about our theater experience.
On Saturday, after a fat kid breakfast followed by a walk through the park with The Uncles, we drove to a historic 1836 farm where my college friend Ted married his love Kristin in a very elegant and sophisticated wedding. Every single moment was so thoughtful from the wedding to the reception - it was beautiful. I loved dinning in the cloth draped tent, which was a new experience for me.
On Sunday, we were greeted in Dallas by my husband's parents who had been taking care of their grand-dogs. We had lunch together, and after they left my husband and I took an afternoon nap with the fall wind blowing our chimes outside our bedroom window.
It was a great weekend. I love fall y'all.