Thursday, November 26, 2015
We checked around with all of our friends here in Bandera and a few in Kerrville, to see if anyone wanted to come to our house for dinner- everyone had plans. So it was just the three of us. I did put on my sweat pants, rather than my pajamas for dinner- lol. I cooked a turkey, a ham, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, stuffing, cranberry salad, gravy, cranberry sauce, and fruit cobbler. We had dinner at 1 pm. Afterward, Ron cut up the turkey and I cut up the ham. I am excited to have lots of leftovers to freeze. 5 single servings of ham, 5 single servings of turkey, 2 pans of sliced ham, 1 ham bone, 1 container of ham pieces, 1 container of turkey pieces, 1 turkey/stuffing casserole. Ron earned his dinner today by assembling a kitchen cart, to set a microwave on. My regular microwave is above the oven, so mom can't reach it from the wheel chair. I thought she would be happy about having one that she could reach. Maybe she needs to think about it for a bit- she didn't seem very excited. We had some deer in the front yard all day. We haven't seen any of the turkeys for over a month now. Which seems strange- do they know that it's Thanksgiving?? :) Not very exciting pics for the day- but it was a nice quiet day here. It's almost 6 pm and raining.
Monday, November 9, 2015
For the "Fall Festival" at church, I forgot to take my camera, so I had to take pics on my phone. Most of them were not very good. And for some reason, they have been floating around out in cyber space and just showed up in my gallery today. I took a crock pot of chili/mac and two large desserts- one pumpkin pie and one cherry pie and over 100 Kit Kat bars. I came home with nothing. Guess it was a success :)
Sunday, November 1, 2015
As old people...haha...we have decided that a great way to celebrate Halloween, is to have all of the "trick-or-treaters" show up on one trailer- you pass out candy for about 5 minutes- and then you are done. :) That is exactly what happened yesterday. BGR organized a Halloween hayride for the kids. There were 14 kids, plus some adults and probably about 14 houses (maybe more) that participated. Mom and I sat out on the front porch waiting for them to show up. (I didn't know exactly what time they would arrive.) I set up some of my cute Halloween stuff and made some little bags of candy.