What's going on?
This . . .
- Deer--does and bucks and babies. Some to close to the road and some in a field. Some running, some eating and some watching.
- Fenis--the red-tailed hawk.
- Woody, our woodpecker. Did you know they bang their heads upwards to 10,000 times a day? Ouch!
- A cat flushing the toilet, fascinated with the swirling water.
- Our blind horse, frisky in the cold air, kicking her legs high.
- Leaves blowing in the wind.
- Mist on my hills and valleys.
- Love in hubby's eyes. Patience, too.
- a bountiful table of food prepared by a friend.
- Wind blowing in the treetops.
- Cats meowing for attention.
- Taffy growling cause she's jealous.
- Rain slashing through the air.
- A horn blowing.
- Laughter and excitement, over a phone line, from a sucessful (menteed) writer! Yeah!
- Surprise on the face of a child.
- Satisfaction on the face of a friend.
And . . .
- On a tape, a well-written story.
- A picture of a child I love.
- The scent of apples and oranges.
- The scent of my favorite candles.
- The words, "the end."
- Praise for a novel of mine.
- Happy emails from a friend.
- Hugs and encouragement from friends
You must look into other people as well as at them. Lord Chesterfield
It'll be here before we know it. Thanksgiving, that is. Here are few hints, in case. . .
No buttermilk? Use plain yogurt or thinned sour cream or crème fraîche instead. Or add 1 tablespoon lemon juice or white vinegar to 1 cup milk and let stand 5 minutes.
No dry bread crumbs? Just get some bread, tear it up into small chunks, saute in a skillet with a little butter until browned.
No cornstarch? For every 1 tablespoon of cornstarch, use 1 tablespoon arrowroot or 1 tablespoon potato flour or potato starch or 2 1/2 tablespoons flour.