Va Va Voom!
What a fabulous sunrise.
We had a super hard frost last night....almost looked like snow.
After chores, Gary and I ran a couple of errands and then went to A Different Path Gallery to help take down our art show (that has been hanging for the past month).
We were immediately greeted by Fiona, who was waiting for a party to start.
From there we had lunch and then drove over to Robb Farms to buy some
Honey Crisp apples!
The local newspaper came out today and there was a huge (full page) endoresement
ad in it. Pro Brockport was formed in 2010 and their goal is to promote positive living in the Village of Brockport. This is the second ad they have placed for us and I appreciate their support.
They have a long list of accomplishments that have lead to a better
quality of life for our residents. They are as committed to our community as we are.
Needless to say, this does not please our opponents.
This afternoon I made another batch of applesauce...we have bushels and bushels of apples that are organic and delicious.
Gordy B. brought up his tractor to rototil the gardens in preparation for the planting of garlic.
I hurried through evening chores so I could watch the Breeder's Cup.
Had made some pickled eggs, which we had for dinner and then forgot to take pictures of our meal.
Oh well. These babies were delicious and tomorrow I will make more.
American Pharoah ran a perfect race. He looked good when it was over and deserves to retire...
such a beautiful boy. The crowd went crazy when he won.
Today our last mailing arrived. Enough!
Now it's a waiting game. I'm sure people already know who they are going to vote for and there is nothing else we can do. We have been working on this since April and there was so much to learn. One thing I do know, is that my running mates are two very honest and capable women who are up to the job. The three of us are very committed to our community and want to bring back some integrity to the Town Board. For most of the past 150 years we have had a one party system with no checks and balances. What's so bad about having a 2nd opinion and working together?