Crazy, huh? So what have you all been up to?
We had a great Thanksgiving; 15 at table this year, which is probably about half what we usually have, but it made for a peaceful holiday, and a quicker cleanup! As always, Howard wore his turkey shirt. And for the first time ever, I forgot to get a picture of him in it.
At least I got this fellow, wandering the edge of a nearby road on the Sunday
before Thanksgiving. Making his great escape, I guess.
We've had too much of this:
|Anne, clearing ice off my van.|
In the spirit of the season, Anne tried decking the dog with antlers.
Dylan decided to eat them instead.
But bigger brains prevailed.
Get that off, Mr. Smartypants.
After more than a year, the local birds discovered our window-hung
bird feeder. They are not quick studies, our local birds.
Especially since the local squirrels discovered it at about the same time.
Our fresh tree, in the sunroom.
It's a winner this year -- and a species we have never heard of!
Canaan Fir. It's wonderful. If you can find one, grab it.
|Do you like all the storage boxes and the white plastic around it? Hahaha . . . we run a classy joint.|
This is me, singing at church.
OK. That's a fib.
But what isn't a fib is that it has taken me all these weeks to get into
the spirit of the season . . . and it's coming none too soon,
as our annual Christmas Grab Bag party is tomorrow.
Yikes. I've got lots to do. See you on the other side of Saturday!