I hope you and your family enjoy a wonderful day together and some good food of course!
It's a beautiful day here today.
It was a little foggy earlier though.
I took some pictures of the the front trees looking eerie, but alas I have not fixed my picture problem yet.
Thank you Ladies who commented and gave advice on how to maneuver around the google issue.
That is my plan this afternoon, after the meal and all is quiet, I will investigate the solutions and hopefully get it taken care of.
If I am understanding correctly - instead of uploading my pictures directly from my to computer to blogger, I will have to create an account in a different photo storage area (snapfish/photobucket) and upload my pictures/copy the url from there to my blog.
Or suck it up and pay about $3 bucks a month - which seems like such a rip off to me.
So, I will figure the new way out!
Yesterday Chyann and I rode in the field next door for about an hour.
It was a lot of fun until we started hearing gun shots close by.
It's incredible how many hunting accidents there are around here.
The latest wacky one I heard on the news, was a man shot at a deer, missed and the bullet traveled (I don't remember how far, but it was a bit of a distance) to another man in his hunting party and shot him in the hand, blowing off two fingers!
The horses aren't bothered by the gun shots any more, but Shasta and Tater got freaked out and tried to hide under Jenny's legs - which as you can imagine freaked her out some lol
Do you make any new recipes for your Thanksgiving feast?
Or do you stick with the tried and true recipes that your family has made for eons?
I usually make at least one new recipe and it was going to be for prime rib, but since Mom and Gerry aren't coming we are going to do a ham.
No other new recipes to try out, but I may put a spin on my Boston Market Squash casserole.
Have a good one, eat lots :)