Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

Hello Everyone!

Happy Thanksgiving to all. We will be feasting on our own turkey that we raised. We should have "processed" it months ago as the "beast" is huge that it is not going to fit in the oven...even on the bottom shelf! We are guessing that it weights at least 40lbs...if not 50lbs!

I did find the camera...but left it a home this time - so "next time" I promise to have pictures for you to see. I'll include one of our turkey.

If you have time tomorrow you might want to go to the web site and read what President Lincoln said about Thanksgiving - it will inspire you!

Until next week - all our love and prayers are with each of you!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

We Are Here...

Hello Everyone! We are anxious to fill you in on our last few hold on to your hats - here we go! Our last few weeks have been interesting to say the least. Unfortunately, I can't find the camera so I'm unable to "show" you our adventures, so you'll just have to imagine....

We started off with our very first bareback horse riding lessons. What a thrill that was. Where we purchase our hay from we were able to each ride a horse and go off on our first trail ride. We are all anxiously awaiting the time when we will own some of our very own...we have all the names picked out and now are just waiting...

A few days latter our littlest guy was put into the NICU at Sacred Heart for what they thought was swine flu. We were there for three days and at the end of the three days we were told that they didn't know what was wrong with our boy. The tests all came back negative for swine flu - which we were so very thankful for that!

The next day my husband did not put our truck into gear and off it went, down the hill, into a tree...thus why we have not been able to call, e-mail, or blog...oh, it's been a very looooooonnnnngggggg last few weeks without being able to contact anyone. We are safe and doing well.

The best part of our last few weeks...and with much joy we celebrated our little guys third birthday. His ever growing, ever loving sister baked and decorated his cake. I wish I could show you a picture as she did a marvelous job complete with a tractor, road and a field! It was so much fun for her and she was beaming with joy!

For his birthday we packed our lunch and hiked up the mountains behind our "home". What a glorious day. We found this huge rock and had our lunch. The best part about the hike was that our silly cat "Margaret" followed us all the way...we had our to share our lunch with her for being such a good hiker!

As you can see all is well and I hope to find our camera soon so I can share all the excitement with you! So look for the pictures to follow!

Much love and hugs to all of you!

Pslams 144:12 -

That our sons may be as plants
and our daughters may be pillars sculptured in palace style.

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