It was good to see a little color in the sky for a change.
By the time I got out to the barn it looked pretty encouraging.
Got a good jump on chores before Gary came home from coffee....and he helped me finish the stalls.
I opened up a door to the pasture, but not one horse ventured out there. The snow must just be too deep.
They stayed in the front paddock all day....
Sidney provided the entertainment this morning.
L'orange also made contributions.
Around 2 I drove down to Brenda and Al's to return her camera. I had to borrow it last night as for the first time!!!!! I walked out of the house without mine. Duh! Tootsie Louise was there to greet me.
They were watching the Dog Whisperer...she really tunes in, especially when there is barking.
Al was getting ready to work on some of his wood carvings. I'm amazed at how a chunk of wood can turn into something so beautiful.
Here are some examples of his finished work. I was shooting through glass so they are not particularly clear...but you get the idea. He is a master!
From there, I went on to do a little Christmas shopping and I did not get home until 4:30. After a greyish day, the sunset was looking pretty good.
Gary left for a meeting and I went out to do chores.
Fortunately I had thawed out some meatballs and sauce, so dinner was easy....again. You must think we eat a lot of pasta. It was just a perfect night for it.
At this time of the year, I make a "winter" salad. Don't usually by tomatoes, so tonight
we had leaf lettuce, onion, red cabbage, carrots and a balsamic dressing with gorganzola cheese.
Who doesn't love comfort food?