.....that Friday is the official first day of winter. Today has been beautiful here in my little corner of our big world. The sun has been shining all day, which is surprising because it absolutely poured rain all of yesterday and all night.
I worked outside for a little over an hour this afternoon. An edict has come from the park manager's office that we are to have nothing stored on our carports but our official trash cans and of course our cars. So I was out there cleaning up a little bit. I don't know what I'm going to do with my wood supply. I like it out there because it's under cover and dry...wet wood does not burn very well. I think I may move my park bench off the porch and into the storage shed for the winter and put the wood up there. But then, I suppose they'll be after me for having wood stored on my porch. I don't know what to do.
Little Peyton's grandma stopped by this afternoon and reports that Peyton is doing fine at home. She's up to 4 pounds 11 ounces now so continues to gain weight. She now weighs more than my Gabi.
Well, not much longer now until my family Christmas dinner. It's this coming Saturday. Friday, I'm going to be busy because several of the things I'm making have to be made "the night before." Which reminds me...I could boil the eggs today for the escalloped asparagus dish...that would be one less thing to do Friday. I wish someone out there would make a plate of deviled eggs for me. I love them and hate to make them.
Thanks to Sugar for my beautiful Washington state graphic. I love it. I'm right there, a little to the left, of the left top of the "W." Right there where Puget Sound winds it way down into the state from the Pacific Ocean.
Tonight is the last night of "The Clash of The Choirs." I'm anxious to see which choir wins. And I think popcorn is in order tonight while I watch the conclusion of this great 4 day program.
Until next time......Linda