I Am Completely and Utterly Sick About Games Tonight. Dan...By Accidentalxpert
The boys and I are now back into the swing of things with doggies. I have missed it so much and now we have it back. Sorda. We are helping a friend now that she has a huge public work load. Cleaning, feeding, pictures, ads, ect. It has been a pleasure to get back to the things I loved and back to chores for the boys since they are always wanting something these days.
I have started on my second weighted blanket but can't sew anymore till I get more jeans. I'm begging, don't toss them away, donate them.
This weekend coming up has been my first free weekend in sometime. I have no photographs to take......at least none that will generate a income. Peyton's Fall Formal is this weekend and I will be doing photographs for him and several of his friends. I am excited for him. We went shopping at Bowling Green a couple days ago and hooked him up with some spiffy threads. (That's the kid lingo now, right?)
Election Day is tomorrow. It also, has me sick. I have not expressed my views this go round. I learned many years ago to keep my mouth shut and let my fingers do to the talking when I go vote tomorrow.
Mom decided she was having Thanksgiving at her house this year and I couldn't be happier. Thanksgiving at The Crack last year was awful. I will be having Christmas here again. It went well and I enjoyed it. I found pictures from the meal I cooked last year with help from my fantastic sister in law and mother in law. I thought i would post them and it would help get me in the Holiday spirit. Enjoy.
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