Sunday, November 29, 2015

Yesterday and Today....

 Nothin' unusual about chores yesterday morning.  It was crispy.

After two days of feeling like a super lard butt, I knew I had to get some exercise so I got out my trike and headed down the road.

 The girls were still chowing when I got back.
 Lunch?  What else but my first turkey sandwich with a side of waldorf salad.
 Gary and I were like two veggies ALL DAY LONG.  Reading, napping, reading, napping.
When I went out to do evening chores, Maggie was nude and her sheet was in a heap on the ground.
How she ever got it off I will never know.
 Got them all in the barn and put a nice soft cooler on her.

 No more to write as I was semi comatose for the rest of the evening.

This morning Karen helped with chores.

 At 1 I went down to A Different Path Gallery for the 1-3 jam session.

I'm starting to catch on a little more and could participate half of the time.

The gallery owner was there taking down a show and of course Fiona was supervising.
 Left a little after three....
 and drove through the campus
 on my way
 to the
 dog park.  The Town just finished getting it together
and I must say that it is very impressive.
 Dark skies when I was heading home.
 Tucked the girls in at 5.  They had all rolled.
 We decided to use up the leftover mashed potatoes from Friday/Thanksgiving by adding some caramelized onions and turned them into patties.  Gary fried them up while I finished chores, then  put them in the oven.
 Breakfast for dinner.  Fine with me.
 Now it's all about getting out by the fire.
Night all.


  1. It's good to take a rest when you can. At least you got out for a bike ride and some exercise and did a whole lot more than I did. The biggest thing I got accomplished today was lunge Blue a little. I'm blaming the turkey for making me tired!

  2. The mashed potato cakes sound and look so good! That pond has a beautiful color!

  3. Those are some mighty yummy looking potato cakes :-D.

  4. What a day! Overnight we had rain/sleet/snow and now the sun is shining. Your food looks delicious!


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