I'm so impressed when I see your blogs, but I often wonder how you learned certain things.....like the cute little paragraph breaks (and I'm not sure that is even what they're called!) See above.....my only version....I'm being very vulnerable here folks, so be kind!
Wow, I can hardly believe Thanksgiving has come and gone and it is the beginning of December!
Happy Thanksgiving from the one that got away!
This lucky turkey was caught on the Superhero's deer camera a few years ago. I love that he/she was looking right into the camera as if to say.....not me buddy!
This is how my eyes are feeling these days! Two eye doctors later, I have severe dry eyes with a few other things thrown in for fun....I need cataract surgery, but not until I can get the dry eye not quite so dry. I'm on a strict regimen of drops, humidifier, etc. I'm determined! Of course, I return to the doctor tomorrow and my eyes aren't feeling a lot better so we will see.....no pun intended!
We are still a no go for the surgery! Sigh.....
Thanksgiving day was celebrated at my nephew's home this year. There were just a scant 67 of us in attendance and that wasn't all of our family.
I am thinking we may start a new business.......for those in need of a large crowd for any event our family could be rented for a fee. Because when we are in attendance, a big crowd is assured! Hey, I wonder if I could get on Shark Tank with that idea???
Seriously, we had a wonderful day with beautiful weather. Cool enough for sweaters and a fire in the fire pit, but not so cold as to be miserable.
Our wonderful hosts.....my nephew Michael and his wife Jennie
Sister Debbie and a couple of nieces
Brother Tommy, sister Cathy and niece Amy
Sister in law Lois with my Daughter in law, Arwen
We are from the south, so we have a little bit of redneck...Brother Michael on left, nephew Andy in middle and my son David on right...
Niece and nephew, Kayla and Chris
Nephew Joshua and sort of nephew Keaton
Me with my Superhero
Attempting to gather everyone in one room for prayer
We missed many who couldn't be with us this year, but never far from our thoughts.
Now on to Christmas! Yikes!