Sorry about the unplanned blog absence.
About October 5, a family member (everything is ok now) had a medical situation and I needed to be at the hospital and then at their home after they were released. You all know how that goes, right?
Then toward the middle of November, we enjoyed a trip to Branson.
I’m looking over my photos from the last 2 months and most of them are at Branson shows. We saw 16 shows! Yes, we really like shows and we were there during Veterans week so many of tickets were discounted or free.
We had thanksgiving at our daughter’s home. About half of the guests were our family and the other half were our son in law’s family. I think there were 26 people, so much good food and it was nice evening their big, new home.
Since we weren’t hosting thanksgiving, and I knew I would be in a Christmas mood after being in Branson, I packed up our fall decorations and decorated our home for Christmas before we left on our trip.
In case you’re thinking it was a lot of work, No, I’ve simplified decorations and it really wasn’t a big job.
6 of the grands on Thanksgiving- yes they’ve gotten big! These six range from 7 to 13 years.
Branson photos- if you’re interested
Smoke On the Mountain Christmas
New South at Grand Country
Irish Tenors and Celtic Ladies at Kings Castle
Hot Rods and High Heels at Clay Cooper
Hits of the 60s also at Clay Coopers
America’s top country at the Americana
Branson restaurant meal- Charley’s steak house. This meal was delicous!
We both had leftovers that made a second meal at our condo
We ate out some but we ate at our condo more
We stayed at the French Quarter again. The kitchen is tiny but we were able to prepare easy and tasty meals.
We are too old to eat heavy restaurant meals 3 times a day anyway
I’m planning of blogging regularly but we will see how it goes.
Happy December 1st everyone