Hubby and a co-worker went to the tailgate sale, which is now located at the fairgrounds.
He bought me these three wood carvings to show that he was thinking of me the whole time.
I love them, but they also make me a little sad too. Hubby bought all three for three dollars. I also carve and wonder what my carvings will be worth in a few years.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Sunday, January 04, 2015
|Our cat, Freya. Photo owned by Janice Seagraves.|
My husband got up early to let the dogs out, he picked up the cat, Freya, and stuck her under his bathrobe.
He looked at my tomatoes, now dried up husks, and in the middle of the withered leaves he spotted a bright shinny yellow pear tomato.
Hurrying over to pick the tomato, he then tossed it into his mouth. Startled by the ice cold fruit, he jogged in place.
Freya losing her place in his warm bathrobe, dug her claws in.
Inside, snuggled in my nice cozy bed, I wondered about the yelling was outside. I shrugged and went back to sleep.
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Hubby was certainly in the Christmas mood, which is good because I haven't been.
Our daughter had dragged in the tree and the box of old ornaments.
After our daughter set up and decorated the tree, hubby went through the old Christmas ornaments,tossing out the old broken ones and cleaning the keepers.
He then took me Christmas shopping, and when we came home he wrapped the presents himself.
Then we went back out so he could buy me a special gift.
I had to come and okay the gift since it was for me. *sigh*
Monday, December 15, 2014
When I let the dogs out, I picked off fall leaves that had covered my tomato plants.
Yup, they are still alive and producing.
Usually we have a hard frost just before Thanksgiving and it kills all my tomatoes.
But not this year.
We're having a mild year. So mild, I ate one of my home grown tomatoes today.