LOL. My Biology class project was a squirrel taxidermy, thank goodness the school provided the specimen. It is hard to do.
Happy Monday kids! Today we are joined by the taxidermied squirrels that hang on the wall in the dining room because... uhhhhh... who am I kidding? There is no rational way to end that sentence...
But back to the matter at hand! Prosecco out of stemware made by Cambridge Glass in Ohio. This pattern was made from 1937-1953 and the color is moonlight blue. You can’t really tell, but the top part of the glass has a cool positive parabola ripple pattern.
Heheheh, your reply had me cracking up! The red was great, a Tempranillo blend and very drinkable. You have me curious about the Fevre! We need a trip to the wine store ASAP. Aw shucks! She’s one of my best friends, so it just is insane for me to think of her in such a risky position, day after day! Hand washing on!HI:
@Indylady SO nice to see you too! Welcome back! Tell me about this bottle you shared with your family.
True dat...I know my way around reds! LOL I love champagne and the last white I had was Fevre (Chablis) and it was dreamy. My DH doesn't care much for white but I adore the chill and crispness. It leaves him with a headache.....(imagine back of hand over brow )
Thank you for your support to your (healthcare) BF in Florida. Stay calm and handwash on!!!!!
ETA: I don't normally fill my glasses to the rim, LOL, but I was trying to get a good picture of the pattern. (At least that's my story and I'm sticking to it!)