Whew! I wish I could say we had a pleasant trip, but that would be a lie.
My FIL is getting to the point that he can't keep his opinions to himself and feels the need to openly be a bigot, in public, in a very loud voice. It's bad enough that DH doesn't want to be in his company and I can't say that I blame him.
We did have a good, but too short, visit with my BIL who had lost his mother. I knew his mother before I knew my husband. We were married quite a while before I realized that Hazel was my brother-in-law's mother. Small world.
Let's just say Friday was a very tense day and leave it at that.
We spent Saturday with DH's two daughters and went antique shopping. DH bought me four plates that match the glass pattern I collect as an early birthday present. I bought the covered butter and four cups. I really added to my collection this weekend. I've never seen the butter top and bottom together that were affordable. This was a once-in-a-lifetime deal. The pattern is Holiday or Buttons and Bows by Jeanette Glass Company (1947-1949). Not technically Depression Glass, but darn close.
In other news, I'm going to be a step-grandma in January. I'd be fibbing if I said I wasn't excited. I'm excited! We find out on August 18th if it's a boy peanut or a girl peanut. I need to make more bibs, and blankets, and a quilt, and.....I'm sure there's a ton of other things.
I've still got sewing stuff to share, but my laundry is calling so I'll have to catch up later.