Dark, Cold, and Snowy. Welcome to November.

I have to back up to Halloween.  First we have the North Carolina Grandchildren – Hayden, Hunter and Peyton

Then Alistair and Ahnika in New York:

And little baby Finnegan in Oregon.


Then it seemed to be a really long week, don’t you think?

To break up the days that were in the 50s, we got some of this:

Which wouldn’t have been bad, If I could have just rolled over and went back to sleep.  But this is what I looked at as I drove to work.   And yes, it was a sheet of ice.

I was glad when it became November 1st.  Somehow if it’s snowing and I’m throwing hay to the horses, it just seems better to be November than October.

Along with my new laptop to play with, I also received a new book in the mail. 


I love this series so much, I pre-order the next book in the series!


It’s the first weekend of November.  Hard to believe.  But what I don’t like is that we have to turn the clocks back.  I don’t know about you, but it is one of my least favorite times.    Who the heck thought it was a good idea?????


Do you miss the sun like I do?  Going to work in the dark and coming home in the dark.  Ugh.  Luckily I have a wide variety of reflective and glow-in-the-dark accessories for running.  Vests, belts with flashing lights, clothing with reflective stripes. etc.


The other day I posted that I made Chicken Zoodle Soup  It was very good.  I borrowed it from Damndelicious.net.  Click here for  the recipe.    

Have a great weekend!  Hopefully you will be able to enjoy that extra hour of sleep on Sunday.

One step at a time,





2 thoughts on “Dark, Cold, and Snowy. Welcome to November.

  1. I drove to work in exactly the same conditions, (western Canada)…we have tons of snow.
    I HAD to reply to your post because we have two Hunters in our family, also my grandma, mom, niece, and daughter are all named Anne so how could I not. 🙂
    Love your blog, and that soup looks delicious.

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