Remember all those pretty fall leaves? Happily, those aren't in my yard!
If you enlarge this, you'll see a big house on the hill. Not old, just a big brick house with lots of land!
Conner is still fascinated with getting in the cage with Oliver. Oliver doesn't think it's near as funny as Conner does.
This is someone's driveway, and I keep saying I'm going to go up it someday to see the house that goes with it. Don't know what it's like when it ices!
I don't know how old this little grocery is, or it's history, but it's on a beautiful, winding, tree lined road on the way to the vet's office, with a little creek on the other side of the street.
Four year old Conner's little school Thanksgiving propram, showing me his leaf of what he's thankful for. The last word is 'toys', I'm thankful for my 'toys'! If you were to enlarge this, you would also see that he's thankful for grandmother and granddad, but mawmaw and pawpaw aren't on there, apparently because they ran out of room.
My contribution to the Thanksgiving dinner: peach cobbler, deviled eggs, fruit salad, pumpkin pies (not from scratch).
Our early and first snow of the season. It was so gorgeous for about an hour, and then was melted by 10am!
This is Oliver's first snow (at least with us), and he wasn't sure what he was supposed to do with it. Notice he's on the grass that has no snow on it!
That's all for this Wednesday. Thanks for stopping by, and thanks to those of you who followed me on the telling of my adoption journey, especially for your nice comments.