What a weekend we've had here, the 45th reunion last night, and our church bazaar and turkey dinner today.
They say turkey makes you tired... I can attest to that! I worked in the kitchen for three and a half hours and we won't be having turkey for
Thanksgiving here, but then, we rarely do.
Here is a picture from last night... these are the six 1964 grads of
St. Peter's Grade School that were at the reunion.
Bruce, Larry, Moe, Steve, Annie (cousin) Jeannie, your blogger Mary Ann, and Debbie, a good friend.
Parochial school over-achievers, every one of us! (laugh)
We had such a good time gathering and sharing dinner with our classmates from Bishop Ward, class of '68.
Ah, the memories.
I'll stop there!
This is one of my favorite fall sights... poison ivy turning red in the trees.
I'm remembering which trees, too!
This one grows over the old cistern on our property line, that we have filled (mostly) in with debris. Snakes hibernate down there.
Another good reason to stay away from it.
This tree has also been struck twice by lightening since we have lived here.
Kelly and the two girls were out at different times today; I like to get them out for four or five hours a day to get exercise, and to eat as much green "stuff" as they can. They love this sapling tree for some reason... Kody also loved it The girls had just been eating here with Kelly, and had wandered around the corner.
There is still lots of color around.
And wonderful textures, though I should have dug this thistle out. Too late now.
The ducks were enjoying the afternoon sun, since we are expecting rain this week.
We need it.
And here's a face her mommy and daddy love... Abby Lynn. You see I still have bins on the porch to go through this week from the cleaning out of the storage building. The goats have enjoyed laying on top of these!
Everyone have a great start to your week!