I haven't been blogging much lately. I was away again to Alberta to pick up my car. We had to dig the car out of a huge snowbank and knock off the ice before I could even open the doors. I stayed and visited relatives when Barry went back to work up near Fort Mac. I also did some shopping as well before heading home.
I got home and finished my fall cleaning and got my Christmas cards and letters all sent out. I also had fun mailing parcels and shopping for the new grandkiddies. There are such sweet clothes and crafty toys out there. Shopping for kids is so much fun!
Barry got home about a week ago and we had +15°C when he got here. The snow was all gone until Friday when we has about 6" and have been shovelling a fair bit since then.
I am planning on taking a break from blogging for awhile as I don't have much to share. I do have some pictures of Lulu left that I plan to share sometime. Since it is winter, there is no gardening to share. And since Barry is away so much, I don't do much baking or trying out new recipes.
In the new year, I will be painting the ceiling in the kitchen so will not spend much time cooking anything too special with that mess in there.
I am still having a hard time missing Lulu. I finally put away her kennel and stuff from her corner of the kitchen. I just couldn't bring myself to put it away until now. I would have never thought I would miss her so much for so long but I still have a hollow place in my chest when I think about her.
I found this poem that I would like to share with you. One member of a Facebook group called The Chickenistas, that I belong to, posted it. It is called The Night Before Christmas at Rainbow Bridge by Cindy Morgan. I hope you take a few minutes to read it, especially if you have had pets that you have loved and lost.
I wish all my friends and readers a Merry Christmas and Happy and fulfilling New year. Take care of yourselves. Joan