I can't believe that we are 48 weeks into 2011. Four weeks until we put this year to bed. I can't say that I am sad to see this year end. It has been a tough one. There are quite a few of us who have taken pictures every day this year. Want to see some really fun and lovely ones? I think you should go over and check out the other budding photographers at Sarah's blog.
Sunday, November 20th
We had our Thanksgiving service at church today and I took some of these decorations from the house and decorated the altar. I also have done a pintervention here. I have become a pinterest addict. The pumpkin is a modge podge project I found on pinterest. The pilgrims I bought at the auction on Saturday for a dollar each.
Monday, November 21st
Frank has been working like a fiend on his scroll saw. His orders are really adding up. He has several projects left that have to be done before Christmas.
Tuesday, November 22nd
Two more orders filled. I love the LSU one.
Wednesday, November 23rd
Rosemary Beach, Florida
Kathryn and Will sitting on the stairs in the main house.
The view from the garage. I loved the red door of the main house.
Sunset from the porch day one.
Thursday, November 24th
We had a wonderful Thanksgiving meal at Dustin's mom and dad's house. Angie and Bill were gracious hostesses considering they had 13 extra guests. We all brought something to add to the meal. There was so much food and so little time to eat it all. Everyone left stuffed. After eating Amanda, Mitchell and I played guitar and entertained everyone.
After we got back from the Hugh's house one group started a Shanghai game and the rest of us just kind of chilled. I read and enjoyed the piece and quiet. Frank and I are going to Lowe's (and Lowe's only) at 5. It is about 5 miles from our house and there were only 10 people there including us! We got the table saw we went after and headed back to the house to begin making pictures and breakfast.
Friday, November 25th
Kat and Brian
Frank and I on the main house porch.
Linda and Victor
David and Susanna and the boys
Ramona and Dustin and the boys
Melanie and Mitchell
Amanda and her immediate family. There are three generations present.
The Brown family on the beach.
The Hughes family on the beach.
Mitchell looking out to sea.
Mitchell and Aunt Amanda
Melanie and Amanda
Saturday, November 25th
A Rock Mills sunset and golden clouds. It is great to be home. I hope you all had a wonderful holiday!