The Transition Has Stared

Back after spending Thanksgiving with son Les and wife Anne and their family.  It was a delightful meal I had a part in putting it together with Ann and Ann’s mother Kathy.   My oldest son Wesley, granddaughter Jasmine, and several of Ann’s family celebrated together.

Received first Christmas card  from Sue and Dennis Cox. It will go up on the wall.

The table is already piled up with more boxes in the back room.

We will start the decorations for Christmas now for two reasons.  One there are so many and two we love seeing them in place.

My goose dressed and in the front window for now,

She is ready to go.

I have to check for Juicy’s outfit and order a new one if I can’t find it.

The flag is already up,

Cindy picked out a couple more to go up also as the day arrived.

40 degrees and cloudy. Wind is 8 mph . It will be 41-42 with rain all afternoon. 

Cindy and David went to IHop for green pancakes for breakfast. I being a little under the weather opted to have them bring me some back.  (But I said they had to be green),

For now i’ll go to my room and rest feeling a little dizzy

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Now 83-years-old on February 22 and I'm still on the right side of the grass.. Mother of two sons and one daughter (Bloggers SEB and Cindyisms are two of them). I'm Grandmother of three. I have lived with my daughter for nine months now and she hasn't kicked me out yet. I stay active with household chores,and feeding my zoo. (3 cats, 1 dog, and 2 birds.) Retired after 29 years+ at Michigan Bell Telephone and ten+ years with The Oakland Press. I was active with the telephone company union and a Dale Carnegie graduate. I work at crocheting, knitting, making ornaments, and other projects. I do a little canning. I trained with the Michigan Bell Clown troupe and then I was a clown doing parades, parties, and picnics for about 15 years. My other passions are music from the 50s through the 80s, reading, birds, flowers, my pets, big cats, and of course blogging!

2 thoughts on “The Transition Has Stared

  1. Sorry you’re not feeling well. Love the flag – it’s cute and Wintery! (I have to admit – I ‘almost’ wanted to start Christmas decorating yesterday but then remembered what a huge CHORE it is & backed off.) I’m a wuss when it comes to all that ‘fuss’ – would be happy with just the one 4 foot fiber optic tree in the dining room!

  2. Glad you enjoyed your Thanksgiving.

    Yes the Christmas things are pretty aren’t they. I gather the lights are up in the streets of our market town should be also large tree with lights on.

    Listening as usual to local radio just now. Marion

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