I was taking Buddy for a little walk and we saw a fawn. It ran behind my neighbor’s house. So, Buddy, his site is not too good, but, we snuck behind the house and we saw it just staring at us. We ran home and I put Buddy in the house and grabbed my camera.
This is what I saw,
A doe and two fawns. Then I saw this…
Then they were gone. I went to Josi’s next door to see if Connor noticed.
Not so much! Sweet Boy!
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I have always liked manhole covers, I think they can be interesting pieces of art.
These are the first three in my new collection.
This one is pretty standard!
Another pretty standard one…
This on is my favorite. Made in India.
Bradley Cooper has a house guest….
His name is Buddy! Such a sweet boy. I didn’t realize how often I call Coop “Buddy” though.
Kinda got those crazy eyes today…
He likes his pal Buddy!
As I have been doing Meatless Mondays for a few years now, it makes you think how you can change eating meals daily. I now love sweet potatoes more than russet potatoes. I never would have thought that would happen to me.
So, today I thought I would make an even healthier meatloaf. I bought a pound of ground turkey and a pound of lower fat ground pork. I sautéd onion, celery, carrots, red bell pepper, zucchini and garlic. I mixed the meats put in an egg and 3/4 cup Quaker Oats, put in some worchestire sauce and some italian seasoning, then added the vegetables. I baked for 50 minutes in 350 degree oven. I topped with some Hoisin sauce.
I also made some purple hull peas, without pork fat!
It was a good dinner, but I have to work on the seasoning a little more on the meatloaf.
These are two of my favorite photos with Coop’s Best Friend Duke who died last Thanksgiving. I miss him a lot.
He was my neighbor’s dog, but oh so sweet. Don’t they break your heart? But also give you so much joy. I laugh at Bradley Cooper at least two or three times a day.
I always took pride in being independent don’t need anyone do it myself The years are teaching me that at times, I do need others and I need to be generous enough to accept help from others so they can receive the gifts of compassion generosicity patience that helping others provides. O, Lord, help me […]
I love fresh vegetables. I have these beautiful tomatoes, so I sliced them up…
I made some tuna pasta salad and put it on top of the tomatoes….
Then I roasted some butternut squash…
And it all comes together! Celebrate the Veggies!