Good morning, ladies! We had a great visit yesterday with David, Jess, and the kids. It was a nice warm day and as you can see, most of it was spent outside. If you look on the ground you can see where Daniel’s boots are. I guess they got in the way of swinging.
Sam and Katie. Sam had so much fun sitting with Katie and taking pictures. Every time the we would take a picture, he would just bust out laughing. So of course, we took MANY pictures. I thought this one was the best.
David helped Hubby fix the brakes on the car yesterday. It was a full day’s job but we think they are finally fixed. Thank’s again Dave for helping. Jess and I worked inside on making her some applebutter. She ended up with 5 qts. We had spaghetti with homemade sauce, rolls and cinnamon rolls for dessert. Daniel told me spaghetti was his favorite. I made a new recipe for cinnamon rolls and I really liked this recipe. Much better than the one I had been using. I got the recipe here. http://homejoys.blogspot.com/2011/02/sweet-dough.html I also posted the recipe under sweet dough in my recipe file. I did divide the recipe in half and got 18 cinnamon rolls. I will definitely be making them again. We are planning on starting a remodel at Jessica’s on Monday. Her kitchen is getting a facelift. I hope to remember to take the camera and I’ll show pictures of the process.
I hope you all have a great day and God bless.
Yesterday morning, we had a beautiful start to our morning. I love sunrises and sunsets.
After church, we came home to eat lunch. We had hamburgers on homemade buns and fries. We ate as quickly as possible and left for town to watch the Christmas Parade. The parade is a big deal here in Floyd. Lots and lots of people come to watch and participate. Here are just a few pictures Grace took.
There are lots of old cars.
wagons pulled by horses. We had a great time! The girls are already anticipating next year’s parade. We have rain here today with fog. Not a good day for doing anything outside. Hubby is working on the bed but he has to do it inside his shop. He doesn’t have a lot of room in there so he doesn’t like to work inside. He is getting very close to being finished however he still does not have his brakes fixed on the van. He has taken the wheel off several times and did different things to it but it is still sticking. He wanted to replace the wheel cyclinder today but it is just too wet to work on it. Hopefully, this will fix it.
Today, I made a spice tea mix. I got the recipe from Nadine at http://nadinesnook.blogspot.com/ She also posted a recipe for chai tea mix that I want to make. These will make excellent gifts. Well, our lunch break is almost over. Enjoy your day and God bless.
Our first eagle spotting of the year. So exciting! We think they must travel through here every year. They are so pretty. I remember the first year we lived here. The girls were very young. We were sitting outside talking about the different birds we had saw that day. One of the girls said “Oh, Mommy, I wish we could see an eagle”. I remember thinking that would really be something to see an eagle in the wild. Then that fall we saw them. We were SOOOO excited and we still get excited every year when they come through.
My Grace is sick with strep throat. Yesterday we went to the doctor and got antibiotics. Today has been a pretty rough day for her. We are praying that by tomorrow she will start to feel better. She is sitting in her favorite chair enjoying a new book she just got with her birthday money.
Hubby has been busy this morning working on the brakes on the van. He was having trouble with them but thinks he has gotten the problem fixed. I am so thankful he is able to work on our vehicles himself. Hubby and I will be going up on the hill later to cut a load of wood. Then he wants to work on Jess and Dave’s bed. He wants to work on the stain color to make sure he has it just right. Then it will be time to stain and poly. YEAH. I can’t wait to show you ladies how it looks. It looks beautiful!
Well, I have lots to get done so I better get busy. Enjoy your day and God bless.