I don't know if anyone else has had problems with Blogger but I just about gave up. First I couldn't sign in on the blog. I lost my pictures. I thought that I would have to start another blog but it seems to have cured itself. I think it is a conspiracy and they are having fun with our minds. I'm still trying to get my header pic in place. It wants to be off center. I hope it cures it self in the next few days.
I have a question to all you egg savvy folks out there. Are these turkey eggs? The three speckled eggs are a bit bigger than our brown hen eggs (in the background). They are really beautiful. We have two Bourbon Red turkey hens and one tom.
I celebrated Thanksgiving at work. Not a bad thing. This allows others to spend the time with their families. Due to work schedules our family celebrates the holiday on the Saturday after. We went to NH and spent the weekend with our daughter Sue and her friend Muji. They did all of the cooking, cleaning, washing of dishes and it was a blast. These young women are wonderful cooks.
For the holiday we had the standard fare, turkey, cornbread dressing, green bean casserole, squash casserole and macaroni and cheese. Muji makes a wonderful curry chicken. No, not for Thanksgiving.
She is always smiling a beautiful smile.
Ted was very busy making sure the recliner didn't skip town. I think he grew attached while we were there.
Of course we took Emma and Lucy. Sue has a big backyard for them to play in. It took Lucy a little time for adjustment. "Hey, I am a house dog."
This is my Grandcat, Paco. He was on his best behavior. He dressed up for the special occasion. I think every cat should wear and tie.
He may dress up but deep down he is a nature lover. This cat adores flowers. I love a cat who isn't afraid of showing his feminine side.
No day is complete without a cat on your head and a pup in your lap. If you will take time to notice the crutches beside me. Ahem.....I found the only hole in Susan's back yard and I fell into it. It took me a while to get up. I was embarrassed, hurt, and getting licked all over my face by the pups. I limped into the house with help. Actually, I limped all day Sunday and Monday then decided to go and have it checked out. Yep, I broke my fibula. That is the small bone on the outside of your leg. Just call me Grace.
I am still working, only light duty. Ted says that he is "driving Mrs. Daisy" to and from work. He is cooking, cleaning, taking care of me and the animals. He will need a vacation soon.
He needs your prayers!
Hope all is well with each of you. For those who are having a difficult times our prayers go out and you are in them.
Much Love and Prayers from Mainely Ewes Farm