Our son Ken was here for a week. He left around 5 a.m. and I’m already feeling the empty spot. Something snapped in my back on Saturday night, so I was a bit slow for a few days, but there were lots of activities–some of which I could actually enjoy in spite of my wonky back!
Monday, we went to the Philadelphia Art Museum where Ken pushed me around in a wheelchair, and we enjoyed some amazing paintings. On the way home, we had supper at The Perk in Perkasie. The photo above was taken there. And so was this one:
Other activities took place, but I stayed out of things like going for a 45-mile bike ride. There was a day I would have loved it, but not any more.
My favorite was probably the concert we attended in Lancaster on Thursday night. We went the the famous Shady Maple Smorgasbord for supper. The we enjoyed The Collingsworth Family. They give a great show. The matriarch, Kim, is a fabulous pianist with a great story to tell of how she began to play. I’ll post a video of her work in a few moments. Here we are at the concert: Thanks to Janan for the photos.
And here is Kim Collingsworth with her own arrangement of the Hallelujah Chorus:
King of Kings! Lord of Lords! Hallelujah!