Bless your hearts!

Last night it snowed again, so this morning Mom

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went out on the deck to clean out the bird feeders.  She replaced the sunflower seeds

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which seemed to make the birds very happy.  Al came over to clear the driveway

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and came in for a cup of coffee.  It was nice to finally meet Al.DSCN1777-001

Lee went out and shoveled snow again.  I have to admit that

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the landscape was beautiful with the fresh snow.

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My art supplies were already in a box ready to be shipped, so painting was out.  So, what’s left to do, right?  Well, I’ll tell ya.

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Trish, Lee and I got all dressed up,

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pulled out the sleds,

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walked to the top of the hill,

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and had ourselves a fabulous time.

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Well, at least I didn’t fall in the lake.

Then one last time,

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we loaded up and went into town to get a bite to eat and run errands…

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counting moose along the way.

Tonight, I leave for home, and I’m going to miss my Alaska family.  Thank you to all the characters who made my woodshedding trip a real joy.

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Trish McFarlin,

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Lee Edgerton,

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Sharon “Mom” Brower,

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Blanche “I sure hope somebody has a purse” Kuhlman and

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Minx “Baby Girl”Brower.  I love you all, and… bless your hearts!

2 thoughts on “Bless your hearts!

  1. I’m sad you’re going home because I’ve loved your stories! I want to go stay at thr grouchy old woman’s b&b!!

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