This is a very busy week. With my second largest
craft show beginning on Friday and running through Sunday
there is a need for me to have a lot of things made up
We are also having an extended family Thanksgiving
this year, which we are excited about.
We have family coming from Virginia and cousins
I don't ever remember meeting coming from York County.
I can't wait to make their acquaintance.
I remember being at their Grandparent's house
when I was a kid.
I've been back and forth about the best timing to
do the shopping, cooking, candle making and packing.
This morning Chelsea and I thought we would get to Costco
just as they opened and beat the crowds.
Well, you can't blame us for trying.
We got there fifteen minutes after they opened
and drove around and around waiting for a parking
space to open up from someone who had actually
been there fifteen minutes earlier and had made
record time gathering their items.
I've been making candles at every available moment
and today was no exception.
This afternoon I thought perhaps I would begin setting
up over at the Lime Valley Mill.
And so Chelsea and I loaded the car and headed over.
However, it was all locked up.
I must have hit it just at a bad time when no one
was there to set up, etc.
It isn't a problem.
I'll just do it in the morning but since we were there
and it was so pretty I decided to walk around
and grab a few pictures.
One of the covered bridges that Lancaster County
is known for.
Sadly, this one is closed at the moment.
Hoping it can reopen soon.
The glass is wavy.
Just look at those windows.
I decided to try using the panorama setting.
It was soooo cold last year this time.
We will be in the 50's through the end of the week
from the sounds of things and that will make
hanging out in The Mill much nicer.
This is going to be GOOD!
Soon after getting home I was folding laundry
when Warren's mom popped in.
She was doing some yard work and found this
Clematis blooming on the side of her shed.
Seriously...in late November.
What a year!!
I would gladly sign up for the same kind of
November next year.
The roses are going strong and the cows are
still enjoying a green pasture.
Not so bad.
Have a blessed Thanksgiving!