Our Christmasses there were great, the whole family met, and it was terrific to all wake up in the same house. Maybe some day again...
Speaking of same family under one roof: We will be seeing Sue and Noah tomorrow night! Can't wait! Celebrating more birthdays.
I didn't do much at home yesterday. Shoveled some snow, that was it. Played around with my sewing machine, and kept wondering how people at home produced so much with their machines. But I don't really have a project at the moment I'm enthusiastic about, and that could be the reason. I cleaned out my closet - I had a hard time finding shoes, and while I was at it, got a bag together with hand knitted sweaters I or my mother made in the 1980's. I had such a hard time letting go, but I don't wear them, no one else will either, it's time to let it go. I still have sweaters my mother made, so it's all right.
Totally random, here are some summer photos from one of the last times I was in Windham:
church in Windham
Summer - just around the corner
Teddy and Beaner, the horses who were boarded at the house, since then they've been sold.
The young lady they were bought for, went on to other interests, and her parents decided to take it easy on themselves. Oh, and no, they were not members of our family.
ups, when I chose this photo I didn't realize the dog was jumping in, but - taste of summer.