Onward I Must Go!

After I was home for a while, I started to slide down a bit, and I fought it. I don’t want to be this way, so I turned the Sirrus Christmas music station on, and did this!! I know it is early, but I would have put it up in two days any ways, and it kept me busy. Well, almost seven pm, so I better go eat!

Thanks for letting me ramble on today! I don’t know what I would do without all of you on here……..

To each of you have a blessed Thanksgiving!!

42 thoughts on “Onward I Must Go!

    • Thanks Granny!!!!! Al and I picked it out last year! I asked him to day if he would like to help decorate it and he said no, he was in too much pain, so I thought what the heck, have it ready for him on Thursday!


  1. Pretty tree, Terry. Burl Ives brings back memories, too. I was just thinking today that I will soon have to put the tree up as we only have a little over a week before December is here. I just can’t believe it. A couple of years ago I gave my 7′ tree to the church and got a 4′ tree that is so much easier to look after.


    • I like this tree, but it is a little bit of a job for me. I don’t know what has happened to me this year. I am more tired, things are harder to do than they used to be. I will be 59 in April, and I am feeling older


      • You’re still a kid, Terry! I’m already 67. But I know what you mean about tiring more quickly. I seem to need afternoon naps more often these days. And some days I don’t feel very ambitious, either. I finally got 4 loads of washing done on Monday that I have been trying to get done for a couple of weeks. Every time I would think about doing it, I would realize I was just too tired to spend a couple of hours down in the laundry room and would go to sleep instead. But it feels good to have it done. I took Robyn to Wingham again today for her second and last counseling appointment. It was a beautiful day for a drive and the temperature was in the 50s.


      • i am not real old yet, but i think i have worn down quicker than i would like to, but haven’t we all. Taking care of patients wears you out.
        Thank you for the card, my friend. So unexpected and yet did me a lot of good at the right moment. it was a bad day here due to mouthy family members……….can’t wait to see Al tomorrow, right now I love his innocence


  2. I am glad that you were able to keep busy. Your tree is beautiful. I love listening to Christmas music when I put up my tree. I have a little tree and all I do is just plug it in. I am lazy since I don’t have a place to call my own. I live with my aunt who has been away for a year now, staying with her son who got into some trouble. (Nothing too bad.) Happy Thanksgiving Terry and let Al know I am thinking of him. πŸ™‚


    • Hi Dana, I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and you are not alone on that day. I hope your aunt comes home soon, and that all is healed in that situation. It is the memories and the spirit of the tree that we enjoy, not always the size. love and hugs Dana. I will tell Al for sure!!!!!


  3. It is never too early or too late to take down your Christmas tree – which is lovely by the way. May the Spirit of Christmas remain in you (actually all of us) all year long. Hugs!


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