Best dressed bear -- the bastardization of Miss Dashwood on his noggin', Opptuna keeping his back and belly warm, and my most favorite booties covering his tootsies. We smacked that hat on Mack's head, too, but it may have been for the very last time. It was great to see him! He's going to be crawling any minute! He's so happy, and even though he's cutting teeth on the top, I don't think I heard much more than a whimper the whole time we were there.
The Garden Expo was fab and my sister did well. Lots of great booths and vendors, including a huge booth (double-size or maybe even triple) that was devoted to mosaics. I put my blinders on the first time we went past, but I was sucked in big time the second and the young girl who helped me was so enthusiastic and sweet. I bought a hand-, wrist-, arm-saving "tile" cutter. Besides having one sister who lives in Madison and another who lives close, Katie will be going to school there next fall, so I think I'll have opportunity to check out the mosaic supply store, too.
I'm not really happy with that first sleeve of Williamsro -- the second one is so much nicer. The first was done in the car and I should have slammed on the brakes a way long time ago. Maybe I'll have time to re-do it before closing ceremonies. I'll work tonight while watching the pairs skate. So sad about Michelle Kwan having to withdraw -- it's hard to imagine women's figure skating without her.