Thursday, November 26, 2020

Thanksgiving blessings

We had a lovely little Thanksgiving here; I hope you did, too. The day dawned with some actual SUN, and while I cooked, Rick blew some leaves and worked on our Fireplace Extraordinaire to get it in top operating condition again; hurray! (He replaced the catalytic combuster, many of the internal bricks, and added a grate to replace the one that burned out years ago.) Brian spent last night at his grandma's and then drove her out for dinner, which was a delicious joint effort. While everyone else relaxed after dinner, I went out and worked Stella and rode Lance; when I came back in, we had the dessert no one had room for at dinnertime.

The 'cherry on top'? I actually witnessed Spot breed Sarai today – twice! Late April lambies, anyone?

That's it for our Thanksgiving at . . .


Retired Knitter said...

A very lovely Thanksgiving to you and your family.

Jeanne said...

Oh my! You did have a nice Thanksgiving! Your table looked beautiful!
How is Brian doing? That's nice be brought his grandma tho spend the day!
Did you roast a turkey? We had barbecued pork from the little barbecue wagon. He does really good food. We plan to buy a turkey and have him smoke it.

Muy younger daughter in Idaho smokes four or more turkeys.. This year she also smoked some salmon... She does a good job.

Have a good day today!

Michelle said...

Thank-you, Elaine. Just left a comment on YOUR blog!

Jeanne, no turkeys or pork or chickens or steers here; we're vegetarians. Well, Rick and I are; Brian has become a carnivore but doesn't eat it here.

A :-) said...

Looks like you had a beautiful Thanksgiving! And the prospect of spring lambies is very exciting :-)