A "Paddington Bear" game for 50 cents, a nice shelf (not pictured) for $3,00, cute Christmas ornaments for 25 cents each and a pair of mittens for $3,00. I also bought a green pair for Noah (not pictured).
Next we went to Molly's house to drop off the kids since we were meeting our mutual pal and friend Nicole for lunch at our favourite restaurant "Pickity Place". Molly's parents' home is beautiful with a nice solarium. I would love a solarium, maybe someday.
Here are (from left to right); Diego, Jadira (Molly's children), Molly and her mother.
It was such a gorgeous sunny day. Here you can see one of the gift shops/greenhouse at "Pickity Place". It's very rustic.
Our first course was a vegetable corn chowder soup which was absolutely delicious.
Next we were served a cranberry bean and spaghetti squash salad which was okay but nothing too special. I must admit I was a little disappointed with this salad.
As the main course we had two choices and I chose the pork roast with port, pears, apricots and rosemary (love rosemary) served with honey and soy glazed carrots. It was quite good although I'm not a big fan of pork.
And, finally for dessert we had the most delicious pumpkin spice roll. So, it was another great meal at "Pickity Place" among friends. I bought some spice packs, Christmas cards and a nice sachet with black cat design on it.
Next Molly and I were off to do some shopping. I bought a few Christmas presents and also some things for myself which I couldn't resist.
And, the book "Inspiration" by Jo Packman who also puts together the magazine "Where Women Create." I've been wanting this book for a while.
Once shopping was done we went back to Molly's and I went to sleep. I was exhausted. I left early Sunday morning. I was so happy to be home again and I had promised Noah we'd put up the Christmas tree upon my arrival.
Be back again soon with a mail post. :)