(Please pop over to Lisa's! Mr. Badger is on the move again!)My bloggy break has come to an end! Yay! It was a good discipline for me to spend less time clicking and typing. I missed this space and I missed all my favorite spaces, too. I did write on real paper and read real books, so that's sorted for now. Ha!
It's been so pretty here in our neck of the woods! Pink!
Last Tuesday we had a snow day. The girls came over and we had a happy day together, drinking tea and enjoying each other's company.
James says, "On a sour scale of 0-10, I give this pickle an 8!"
Guess what happened? Bill got bitten BIG TIME by a flu bug ON HIS 60th birthday! Can I get a round of "POOR BABY!"? We all felt so bad for him. He missed his party at Kelli's. He is feeling better now but still has the head cold part of the nasty flu and a cough. He did have the flu jab so NO FAIR! Anyway, the girls came over and sang to him. They didn't want to get too close (germs germs no returns).
We just had a two-day retreat with Bill's ministry people. It is always life-giving. The people are such a rich group of good souls.
Now, to prepare for Thanksgiving. I bought a free range turkey that I'm hoping did not get treated badly. I shall bake pies on Wednesday. I am so looking forward to the potatoes and turkey gravy. There is nothing as tasty as golden gravy.
I am all ready to sew my Dottie Angel dress. I have the fabric and the notions. I'll take a photo when I finish it. Prepare for a glimpse of a nice round white haired granny. I have a feeling that on ME, it might look like a fancy apron.
Tomorrow is our Samantha's sixth birthday. It is grandparents day at her school so we'll take her out for a birthday lunch before afternoon kindergarten and then enjoy her classroom. She'll show us around.
I hope you are feeling fine and enjoying a peaceful state of mind.
God be with you, sweet visitor.