Gar went down to Java for coffee and when he got back, helped me with stalls. I was way behind, as I changed a couple of blankets and did some shoveling.
L'orange Marmalade is not afraid to be out in the snow. He spends the day in the barn and comes up to the house at night. He goes into the basement some of the time (so I know he can go in and out if he wants to). Very social.
I cleaned off my car and headed down to Country Max to pick up some grain. Ran into someone I had not seen for years and we talked for at least half an hour. Both of our girls had her for a teacher in the early elementary grades.
Next, I came across this little cutie who was there with her Mom. I have known her grandparents for years. Guess what! She has seen my blog and knows about the cats, dogs and ponies. In fact, she wants a real live pony for Christmas. Since they don't have a farm, I invited her over to visit and would love to do a photo shoot with the horses. Won't that be special?
Had a rather relaxed afternoon.
So did my pals....
I don't think it ever got out of the 20s and it kept snowing off and on. We may have a few more inches by morning.
Did chores a little early. Being Monday Jen was making dinner for our weekly get together and I wanted to take a shower before going to Brockport.
Dinner was breakfast. And a darn good one.
She makes the best pancakes from scratch. Real maple syrup and sausage on the side.
The gas fireplace put out some heat, but it's not the same as a real wood fire....
felt good, just the same.
Kevin found a perfect Christmas tree yesterday and had it all set up.
Tonight Cooper and Finn helped Jen with the decorating. Sweet.
|I look forward to seeing the finished product.|
On the way home I took a few shots of the lights that are popping up all over the place.
Home by 8:30 and ready to watch the end of "The Closer."