Hi everyone. Tuesday has rolled around again so quickly. I have a feeling this month is going to fly by as fast as last month did. The last few days have been gorgeous in New Hampshire, more like late April or May, and I have been busy outside. I've raked, painted and even done some cleaning.
As it is Tuesday, that means it is time to share our drink related posts for T over at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog .
Today's T Day post happened back during the birthday weekend at my house (October 30-November 1) that I wrote about last Tuesday. My daughter and her beau came so we could celebrate as a family Friday night, and on Saturday/Halloween, my daughter's beau went to visit some of his friends who live near us. My daughter and her beau live about 2 hours away, so even though it was too bad her beau left, it worked out as we could visit with our daughter some more. Plus her beau could also see friends he doesn't get to visit with very often. My daughter stayed with us until Sunday morning.
On Saturday it was pretty chilly (near freezing temperatures), so my daughter and I went for a drive. Our direction was Meredith, New Hampshire, about 30 minutes away.
It is tough thinking of what to get her for Christmas this year. For one thing she's been working from home so she doesn't need clothes. She and her beau lives in a smallish apartment that is already pretty full. I am trying to get some things bought both in stores and online early because with covid, 1) I don't want to be out with big crowds and 2) I don't want to finally think of something only to find it is out of stock.
My daughter has a small felt animal Christmas collection from Annalee Dolls. One idea I did have was that she could pick out another Annalee holiday animal for her collection. Plus it would be something she could have for years.
This is the little collection she has.
She liked that idea so off we went to Annalee dolls.
This store was doll overload.
This is why my husband chose to say home.