Wednesday, September 28, 2011


This just takes my breath away

Amazing or what?

Thursday, September 22, 2011

The First Senior Moment

The First Senior Moment

And that's what happened to the Dinosaurs!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Just Funny

Tell me this isn't funny

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Kinda Funny

Ever have days like this?
Which one did you have today?  The hearts and diamonds or the club and spade?

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Never Forget

****Times of impact: 8:46 a.m. and 9:02 a.m. Time the burning towers stood: 56 minutes and 102 minutes. Time they took to fall: 12 seconds. 2819 dead from 115 different nations. 343 Fireman/paramedics, 23 NYPD, 37 Port Authority officers. **** WE WILL NEVER FORGET 09-11-01

God Bless All Familes affected....God Bless our Military for protecting our Freedom ...... and God bless America!!!

Friday, September 02, 2011

Labor Day Already? You're Kidding Right?

Yikes it's September!!!  What in tarnation is happening with the clock?  The time she is a flying.  We survived Irene.  Lost power for a bit and some tree limbs arrived in our yard uninvited but we were very blessed .  Some of our neighbors were without power for the week and Our neighbors to the north have had a very tough time.  Vermont of all places.....floods and terrible aftermath of that nasty lady.   A blizzard I can understand but hurricane?  That shouldn't be.

Here's a picture of the ocean in the middle of the big blow.  We had to stay in the car to take the picture since the wind was wild and the sand was blasting.  I'm surprised the car still has paint.

This is normally a very serene scene.  The water rarely gets more than a slappy little wave or two.

So that's the news around here.  We are getting back to normal and now?  Summer's almost at an end.  The farmers' markets will go on and on though.  We have been appreciating the bounty of our local farmers.  Tomatoes are coming out of our ears but sooooo good.  We also had some mighty good home baked goods.  Here's a look at our recent haul.

Those things that look like garlic bulbs are actually some kind of French roll.  They were delish.  Some friends of ours visited and brought some bounty from their local farm.  The biggest squash I have ever had in the house.

Left the wine glas to show the size of those suckers.  Big and awfully delicious.  My husband stuffed that zucchini while I drank that wine.  Here is the before picture of the zucchini.

Tasted even better than it looked.  It could have fed a small army.  We had some fine tasting left-overs.  Well that's it for now.  Back after the Labor Day Doings and maybe more pictures.  Enjoy the weekend.