Sunday, November 28, 2010
A time in America to give thanks to the Judeo Christian God and his
son Jesus Christ for the blessings he had bestowed upon us.
Here is our turkey just out of
Other dishes we usually have are candied sweet potatoes, cream
corn, turkey cornbread dressing and gravy, ambrosia or fruit salad,
fresh snap green beans, cornbread, ice tea with fresh lemon
Dessert..pecan pie, chocolate cake, apple pie with ice cream,
fruit cake, potato pie, buttermilk pie.
Posted by Sheri at 11:54 AM
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
Jack is the oldest living veteran at the 150 bed veterans nursing home
and my father in law. He will be 97 his next birthday, he served on a
destroyer ship in world war 2 in the Pacific during the war during combat
times. he is standing with the wreath of flowers dedicated to the veterans.
He is shown sitting with a flag in his hand also on this page.
You will see Vietnam veterans, also those who served in the Korean
war, the Gulf war and some who have returned from
Afghanistan and Iraq and other areas...
Posted by Sheri at 8:09 PM
Friday, November 5, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
I was on my way home from town and looked across a pasture this week
and saw l goat and a group of donkeys!
I went back and decided to stand at the fence and talk to them way
across the pasture..in hopes that they would come to me.
I have no idea what they say to call a donkey or a goat!
A kind and loving voice was all it took to get them running
way across the pasture to me.. I got a chance to pet all the donkeys
on their foreheads.. I had heard that they will bite you and a horse
will bite you while petting them...we all know cats will do that
so I never took my eyes off each donkey that I petted on the forehead
so I could anticipate a bite coming to me!
Posted by Sheri at 8:47 AM