I Am What I Am
it has been a week of food. The first Thanksgiving dinner was last
Thursday here at the Treehouse, and it seems like it’s been Thanksgiving
I’m not complaining, I haven’t had to cook dinner for four or five days now, and there’s still more Thanksgiving dinners planned.
On Tuesday, my neighbor Linda brought me this sandwich and apple turnovers, or pastries.
The barbecue sandwich
was delicious and big. The other half is in the refrigerator. The Apple
dabbles were too tasty to save one for later, so I ate them both.
been raining for the past few days. You would think this would make for
difficulty when taking pictures of flowers, but that’s not the case.
trying something new. I’ve been using the flash on the camera,
(something I’ve been reluctant to do). I had a preconceived notion that
the warmth in Lumix images was somehow lost when using a flash. This
turns out to be not true.
But never mind that,
let’s get back to the food. Tonight was dinner at the Taylor household.
It was very good and Stuart made a delicious turkey as usual.
Thank you, Sandy and Stuart.
Hanging from the light
over the dinner table, the string to turn the light on and off has a
fob on it in the shape of a bird house. I couldn’t resist playing around
with that concept.
One nice thing
this rain has done for me is to keep me here in the house testing out
new applications. Some of them are just for fun. Others have more
practical graphical purposes. I think they are all amazing. I love this
This year I’ve been doing some more research about Thanksgiving and I found some interesting tidbits at National Geographic. Like the following;
President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving Day a national holiday
in 1863. He was probably swayed in part by magazine editor Sarah Josepha
Hale—the author of the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb"—who had
suggested Thanksgiving become a holiday, historians say.
Today’s Relatively Appropriate Song;