Saturday, October 22, 2016

MEANWHILE HERE IN THE HOOD

Halloween is just around the corner
The boys have their jack o lanterns ready




It's been a busy week with this little family sick
But I did manage to cook one good dinner.


Seared Rockfish with Caper Aioli
Potato Wedges & Arugula-Artichoke Salad



These two classmates came to Fort Worth
and I took them shopping--
including a trip to Waco's Magnolia Market


I came back from Farmerville
With a treasure my cousin gifted to me
The James First Cousins
Two of which have left us.

AND MORE COMPANY THIS WEEKEND!

Still living life large
here in the hood.



6 comments:

  1. I hope you have the most splendid of weekends with your family and friends.

    God bless.

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    1. Thank you, Victor- it started off wonderful!
      Blessings!

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  2. Ok, so I am falling behind in everything; blogs, snail mail and so on....sigh....busy, busy, busy....thanks for the fits of giggles, and tell that child to put a shirt on (more rolling giggles---just teasing). No taking off shirts or wearing shorts here sweet friend...no warm weather. Hope you have a beautiful day and enjoy that warm weather, the furnace is on here. I do believe our Indian summer is over with. (calling for snow today)

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    1. It is still in the 80's here- Long summer! -Finally able to tolerate wearing jeans again. As for The Little Man- he is Alll Boy & quite a rounder!
      Blessings, Friend!

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  3. Halloween is such a fun time of the year. I remember it being the first "kinda" holiday after school started, so all the kids in the neighborhood were pumped. So glad you got to see your buddies. Babs looks great. She was so kind to Pearl. Pearl always said she was the daughter she never had. Have a great weekend. We are on our way back to Texas.

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    1. We need to plan lunch again !!
      Blessings !

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