We lost power for 38 hours and oh what fun NOT! By the third morning
I had a melt down poor David went out and borrowed a generator. He got it all
hooked in and the power came back 3 hours later. We are so much more blessed then what happened in New York.We have a northeaster coming by Midweek
so we have kept the borrowed generator for awhile.
So lookie where we went yesterday!!! Oh yeah and I was very very good I bought only
some linen to draw a rug on and some weavers cloth to try needle punch again.
We went to a mansion on Lake sunapee that was decorated for Christmas it was a lovely home
I was told to come back for the summer the gardens are wonderful.
It was owned by President Lincoln's secretary, he was at Lincoln's death bed.
I was not allowed to take pictures sorry.
I get Maryjane's magazine, this month came it had bread baked in cast iron frying pans
So since I was making beef stew tonight I thought I would give it a try. I will say this is the first
bread I will bake again and again. It was so good. David ate 2 big chunks of it.
Look who came to visit today! I have no idea where he or she came from.
She stayed and stayed and is now perched in a bush by our driveway.
Now I am sitting here worrying about this chicken.:(
Guess who I saw today? for those of you who remember Courtney from sassafras and winterberry
She is taking a law course and is on several committees. But hopes to get back to blogging soon. She is still hooking though.
You all touched my heart so much with all of your wonderful comments
David read them all and is very thankful for each of them.
I have a simple philosophy. Fill what's empty. Empty what's full. Scratch where it itches.
Alice Roosevelt Longworth(1884-1980)