Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm

Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm
“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


Sunday, May 1, 2016

The Long And Short Of It...

My days are starting to slow down a little....finally.
Added pellet bedding to Abbe and Berlin's stalls this morning.
It was really ugly outside.  Damp and cold.

 The house being built out back is starting to look very large for a ranch.
 In spite of the weather, many of our flowers are in full bloom.

 A very good day to be inside napping.

 The only thing I had on today was the Sunday Jam and we had a full house.

I'm so glad I can still play my uke with this hand wrapped up.
Yay!!! Tomorrow the stitches come out.
 You have to know that I really love playing with this group.
As we are getting ready for a performance, our practice lasted almost an hour longer.
Really did a number on my right needs to be toughened up.

 Our friends Topper and Carol called around 4:30 to see if we wanted to join them for dinner at Krony's tonight.  Gary was at a concert and did not get home until 5:30, 
but we were able to make it.
On our way to Hamlin, the fog was getting very heavy.

We arrived around 6
and Topper had his camera out before I even sat down.
 So busy talking and eating I forgot to take pictures of the food.
Wings and salads.  After my last gig with the grand jury I have to get serious about my eating habits and go back to Agape 3 days a week.  Actually looking forward to it.
Now I am going to put on some pjs.
Night all.


  1. Bet you'll be glad to get those stitches out. Looks like a fun group.

  2. Another busy day from start to finish, and a productive one too! Get your rest, and enjoy your evening!! :-)

  3. Wow you are crazy busy! I bet it will be nice to get the stitches out.

  4. Oh, I just love seeing those music videos. I play the ukulele and we also meet on a Sunday afternoon once a month. It's usually all ukuleles but sometimes we have a banjolele (small banjo tuned like a ukulele) join in. Such pure fun!

  5. I love that picture of you(?) & Phoebe!

  6. You are busy alright. Those furry kids have the right idea
    Lily & Edward


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