It was not so easy to rise and shine this morning! We did not go to bed until after 1:30am...Gary did all the dishes first and it took me forever to post all my pictures from the day.
I tried taking a photo of Bermuda this morning so I could show it to Fe....he was not too keen on the flash.
Gary helped me clean stalls... I fed the horses in the front paddock. Dream was not too excited about this space and wandered into the pasture. I ended up putting out more hay.
Eventually, she will get used to eating in all the different places.
Gary had a fire going early, and Gucci loves to be near it.
Sometimes she gets right up on the hearth.
You can see what a wild girl she is...just can't seem to relax....
I got everything bagged to take down to Jenny's this afternoon. A car load.
Miss Phoebe relaxed most of the day.
Instead of making an apple pie (it was a request) I did a one crust version with the crust on the top.
Got down to Jen's around 3:30.
They have a great tree this year. It's in the family room part of their kitchen, which makes it very cozy.
Buster was at the ready, in case any food was dropped.
We had another major feast.
Kevin made a gigantic turkey with sausage and dry stuffing. Spectacular flavor and juicy.
Nana Pat was there, enjoying her time with the boys.
We also had a sweet potato and apple casserole, whipped potatoes, a salad with pears and rolls.
The kids have grown up so much...they were very well behaved at the table.
How many times can we eat these yummy meals?
I loved the centerpiece...they have many holley bushes.
Before we left, it started to rain...we didn't even know it had started. Fortunately we got home in 10 minutes so the horses could be put in their dry, toasty stalls. Right now Gary is in his chair ready to fall asleep, and I am about to follow. Night all. I hope you had a Merry Christmas. (Now I have to change all my music).