|One of the covered bridges around Binghamton, Vermont.|
Boy did we have a storm come roaring through...tons of rain, high winds and leaves down. Now, though, it's sunny and warm out...70's!
I mailed out guild newsletters (snail mail) and Thanksgiving cards early afternoon...had to wait for the rain to stop.
I'm planning to make a roasted meal of chicken legs, potatoes, carrots, onions and green peppers. I wanted to add a few more root vegetables but I could not find any parsnips nor cauliflower. Potatoes were on sale so that was nice as were the chicken legs.
I have all the presents wrapped for the final box. I plan to package that up this weekend and mail it out on Monday. I told the mail person that this will be the first time that I am not mailing everything a week before Christmas.
Now I can take my time making cookies and decorating for the holidays...very nice. Many times, I do it in a hurry and don't take the time to actually enjoy what I am doing. Maybe that's one of the joys of growing older and deciding what to do and taking time to enjoy doing it!
There's a guild meeting on Saturday with Margaret Willingham speaking. She's one of the leading quilters especially in the area of Reverse Applique which I absolutely love to do.
Enjoy your weekend...
Talk with you on Monday....