Gosh I don't know where the time is going. It seems like just yesterday it was deer season and we were eating every night at the cabin.
There was a lot of card playing while consuming hot chocolate too.
Alex always made sure the fire was stoked.
Lizzie and I had a Grandma and Lizzie day. We went downtown Jefferson City and did a little shopping. Enjoyed lunch out and even had dessert!
Connor didn't make it to deer camp. So his Mommy sent us a picture of his spider leggings. After all Florida is a long way to come for deer hunting.
Turn around and it's Thanksgiving. Lizzie was my kitchen helper the day before turkey day. She toasted 2 loaves of bread. Notice her stick, it was to keep from burning her fingers.
For Thanksgiving we had a small group, only 8. So we all fit around one table. However out of those eight, we had 4 generations. Did I get a picture of them? No. (Bad blogger!)
Lori made the best peanut butter pie. What you don't see in this picture is a layer of chocolate under the whipped cream!
I made a new recipe for pumpkin bread with maple icing. It was so good! Jeremy said his beer paired well with the pumpkin bread on his great-grandmother's antique Lord's Supper plate.
The boys played cards with their grandpa and great grand-mother. (So the Lord's Supper plate would have belonged to the boy's great-great- grandmother!)
It's now two days after Thanksgiving. I had leftover dough in the refrigerator so for breakfast today, I made home made cinnamon rolls for the blacksmith and me! Yum-yum!
What's next? Somebody turns ONE!
I don't know about you, but I'm thinking sand and sun!