2014 quietly slipped away and 2015 as quietly began.
Time is such a mystery, yet so exact and never stopping or slowing down.
We had a good Christmas and New Years. We were out and about some and home some and relaxed some and busy some. It felt like a good mix. We had snow Saturday evening and night, so everything is white and temperatures are cold. It’s very nice to just stay in.
This is a short and sweet memoir Monday.
I took very few pictures last week. I came very close to not even posting, but then decided it wouldn’t take long to jot down a few highlights.
gasoline priced at $1.89. Crazy when that price looks so wonderful!
snapped some family photos for our neighbors
checking chickens and doing chores for other neighbors
New Year’s Eve company ~ neighbors and friends~ I had fun serving drinks…….Iced Tea, Ginger Ale & Sherbet Punch, Hot Chocolate ~ tried out a recipe I hadn’t made for a long time, Simple Spiced Wassail, Coffee, Hot Tea,
January Flexi, of course!
Fourteen of my Favorite Posts from 2014….
attended a bridal shower for a friend…yummy refreshments ~ chips & dip and cheesecake brownie type bars
January calendar & schedule starting to get filled in here and there with appointments and events
2015 planner arrived…..I was needing it.
Renae attended a youth New year’s Eve gathering and taffy pull…she had a good time
beautiful frosted woods on Friday morning
gorgeous snow on Saturday evening. It couldn’t have been prettier. It came straight down. No wind. It blanketed everything and piled up on the posts on the porch in absolute splendor. And someone has been too lazy to take pictures, nor ventured outside in the cold.
R&T did venture out for a frosted woods walk and then R went for a walk in the woods while the snow was gently descending on our part of the world.
friends over on Saturday evening for snacks and a movie
flipped back through my guest book and remembered
end-of-month oil wells
work in garage again since it’s too cold for much else! my man worked out there some last winter and got started on the ceiling and would like to soon get it finished this winter. And the temps say winter is here.