Becky also taught me all about soap making while making 3 new batches of soap for her business: Moonsilver Soap. If you ever want some fantastic soap, visit her website and purchase some. She has wonderful soaps, both scented and non scented. She has specialty soaps like a special scrubby soap Nitty Gritty Soap she developed for me to get polymer clay residue off my hands, but it also works great for gardener's dirty hands, mechanics, dyes, and other messy hands. She also has a special soap to help with skin problems, developed for a niece with eczema, Baby Bug (although as the niece has gotten older Aunt Becky has made her special colors and scents with the Baby Bug formula, to go with a young lady rather than Baby, LOL)
While in Shreveport, I was privileged enough to see Kaitlyn participating in a Cross Country Meet. It was quite interesting and I was glad I wasn't doing the running, as it was extremely hot and it was a long run (2 miles) but she kept running and running and running.
Mr. C. returned to Shreveport, long enough to pack us up and rehitch the RV to head towards Albuquerque, NM to visit with his Dad and Step Mom (we try to see them yearly). In addition to Dad and Janet we also got to spend time with Mr. C's sister, Joella, our niece Rachael, and a friend Deanna,who all came down from Colorado to visit with us.
We reversed the trip back through Amarillo, Wichita Falls, and back to Shreveport, La to be there for Halloween weekend.