Say hello to my friend, he's been hanging around our yard. I was thrilled to sneak out the side door and snap three photos. After the first one, he stared at me (perfectly) while I captured the moment. I hope he can make it through hunting season.
The hurricane came and went, and as quickly as the event occurred, my life is back to a normal routine. I am still ever so thankful for my electricity and my water. That is probably going to be a lasting feeling in the coming days. From what we could see, we do have some downed trees but they are way in our woods so we won't be doing anything about them.
Yesterday was quite relaxing. I began the big chore of going through a year's worth of photos to make photo books and a calendar for family members. Today I'll begin the editing. It's fun to go through the whole year and notice what I was reading, knitting or seeing through the lens of the camera.
This morning I broke down and turned on the Christmas music. Oh. the. JOY! There is nothing like holiday music to put you in a good mood and a festive mood as well. I wrote my list of what I would like to make in the next two months, very doable so far. Now perhaps a tiny snowflake could appear?
(without catastrophic weather).
Oh and guess what? The kids will be home for the Thanksgiving break. My son is currently making arrangements for transportation from friends in our area. My daughter will be here slightly longer since she doesn't have classes on Monday. I am looking forward to seeing both of them.
My new discovery since I threw everything away in the refrigerator is olive oil and balsamic vinegar on my salad. I have cut the tethers to dressings in bottles that HAVE to be refrigerated. I was going to take a photo of interior of the frig to show you all how barren it is, but I rethought that maybe it would be kind of weird. Let's just say, I love how clean my refrigerator is!!!
Well there are dishes to be washed and laundry to be done. How was your weekend?