“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Thursday, February 16, 2012


Not much...
 My assistants arrived at 7:30.
 Chores as usual....

 Chester is gaining weight and his coat is getting much nicer.
 He and Jill are very connected.

We had our taxes done at 10am.  What a service!  No charge, first of all.  We go to the Town Hall in Hilton where volunteers have been doing taxes for years.  This is our third or fourth and we have been very happy with the job they have done.

After that, a quick lunch and off to Jenny's to check on Ice (and Buster).  They were doing well, and while Gary went to the college for a meeting, I did a few more things in the kitchen/family room.  Put up some prints on the walls, filled bookcases etc.  Things are shaping up.  Jenny needs to catch a break.
 We had light rain most of the day and the temp was in the low 40s.  The snow should disappear soon.

Vegged for awhile.

Out for chores...Gary had ANOTHER meeting at the college.

 In by dark for some leftovers.
Tomorrow may be a little more exciting.
Night all.


  1. Your day seems quite exciting to me. Horses, hay, a little snow, an outing, lovely meal, friends to help, dogs that are loving and loved, a loving cat,time to yourself while the MOTF( Man of the Farm) is out, what bliss.Cheers from Jean.

  2. I'm so glad to hear that Ice is doing better.

  3. Chester is looking good! Happy Ice is improving...that was scary...


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