After sleeping in in Larbs‘s cozy guest room bed (fitted with the fluffiest down comforter – wouldn’t expect anything less!), I said goodbye to the two of them as they departed for their Duke days – one to work and one to learn business. Our family is getting bluer! My grandmother attended Trinity College in the 40s, my parents Duke in the 70s, Matt and my wedding in the 07s and Larbs and Matt now!
Larbs directed me to Duke’s East Campus for a morning run. It was the most glorious morning – crisp, sunny, scenic. I ran about 4.5 miles around campus and through the beautiful bungalow neighborhoods surrounding it.
My plan was to walk to a coffee shop for tea and breakfast, but when I called my mom at 10am she invited me there for a poached egg on toast and hot tea, so I headed home.
Miss Billis met me at the door!
Frog Hollow Pear on the side!! These really are the best pears ever.
I got to witness another round of Lillian medicine this morning. She is so cute wrapped up in her swaddle! We all coo over her for the procedure!
Mom and I are going on a quick antique hunting trip to look for more wooden boxes, then to lunch and then I’m hitting the road to ole Cville.