Plus, we each got to wear aprons and decorate our own white puffy chef's hat. Daphne thinks that to be a real chef, you must have a white puffy hat. I showed her a picture of Julia Child cooking something in a kitchen. I said, "Look, she's a chef." And Daphne said, "No. She doesn't have a hat. She is a mommy." I am going to start wearing my hat when I cook dinner. Kev works right by the mall, so we stopped by to take him a cookie after the class. I hope we can do it again sometime. It was fun.
Saturday, I joined the other girls in the picture above for a Mother's Day Winery tour. We went to Bluemont Vinyard and Breaux Vinyards...both were nice, but Bluemont was especially great. The tasting room was up in the foothills overlooking the vinyards and the countryside. So pretty. I could have sat there all day. When we got home, our neighbor's mom watched Daphne for us so Kev could join us for dinner at Fireworks. Yum.
Then, Sunday started out this way:
Kev made delicious French Toast (about a million times better than all the frozen stuff I've been testing), which we ate on the porch. We took a Mother's Day drive in the country, stopped in Middleburg for ice cream, and ended the day grilling burgers, which we also ate outside. Thanks to Kev for cooking for me all day, and shout out to the Leesburg Farmer's Market for providing the eggs and bread for the French Toast, the breakfast links, strawberries, and burgers. I told Kev, I am certain that was a very happy cow, because the burgers were awesome.