For some reason, we are having a bit of a “cold spell” here in Savannah, which is quite unusual for this late in May.
TIB (Truth in Blogging): Frigid for us is anything under 60 degrees. Right now …
It has also been raining all day.
Sidebar: I’ve kept a gratitude journal for eons now. This morning’s additions …
So, when trying to decide what to have for supper, it hit me …
GRATITUDE-INSPIRED THANKSGIVING SIDES!
Thus, using whatever ingredients I had on hand, I decided on Green Bean Casserole and Sweet Potato Casserole. Two classics, right?
I got to work.
Oh my goodness. The deliciousness of fall in spring.
A Joyful May of Thanksgiving to You!
A blog category of pics I’ve taken of HR (Hubby Robert) and … well, just about anything.
Robert and … a friendly goat.
Our latest project finds HR and me starting to explore some of Georgia’s farms which are open to the public. It’s a Farm Bureau program for 2023, where you visit various farms, get your “passport” stamped, meet some very cool people and shop a bit at the farm market.
This morning we visited Ottawa Farms over in nearby Bloomingdale.
And met the hippest goat.
A blog category about finding “art” in unexpected places and situations.
So the other morning I sat down to Robert’s yummy breakfast of English muffins, black raspberry jam, and some kinda seasoned stir-fry potatoes.
I was still trying to wake up, but immediately saw some artistic possibility when I popped a couple of dollops of jam onto the two halves of the bread.
Oh, and when I Piled the Potatoes beneath the eyes, I knew I had a breakfast Masterpiece in the Making.
Doesn’t he look a bit like a walrus or maybe Burl Ives in the iconic
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?
I love to be happy. Don’t we all? And it doesn’t take much to make me so.
Over the weekend, HR and I traversed over to our favorite new Savannah bakery,
Sweet Patricia’s. WE LOVE THIS PLACE!
Our breakfast was BEYOND delicious. But the piece de resistance was … the bathroom.
It exuded happiness.
On the way out, I told beautiful Morgan, the face of Sweet Patricia’s (at least on that day), that we claim the bathroom, and hope to move one of the tables into the bathroom next time we eat there.
Morgan responded: “We will reserve it for you!”
Like I said, it doesn’t take much.
This is why I never learned to fly an airplane …
If I were actually flying that plane, the only survivor would probably be the cobra.
1. Good quality blue cheese.
There is simply nothing else like it!
2. Finding beauty—even in a pollen-encrusted pond.
Actually, I think I see a face in there. Do you? I hope he has some Flonase.
3. The amazing and usually taken-for-granted ability to go to a grocery store and buy food. What a privilege and joy!
4. Grandson Daniel running into one of his Savannah buddies in Manhattan last week when he was taking a prospective NYU student tour.
5. Speaking of buddies, here are our Travel Buddies.
Wait, I haven’t told you about them?! Three little stuffed animals that Robert and I have given to each other over the years. And they go with us on every one of our adventures.
Alvin the Chipmunk, because, according to Robert, I look like him.
May your weekend ahead be filled with adventure.