the road and into the door so we parked and went in. It was less than $20 for the 3 of us to get in (I'm cheaper because I'm over 60) and I splurged $5 on a large bag of petting zoo chow. We went right over there to feed the deer, sheep (sheeps! sweaters on the hoof!), alpacas, and goats. Once we had everyone outside fed we went into the giraffe building where the only other person was the volunteer. We bought giraffe cookies (which look a bit like Triscuits) and we fed
We're having our feast today so I've got to get the bird in the oven soon but
we've been getting parts of it ready over the last couple days so today won't be too crazy busy (she says with more than a soupcon of delusion). The pies are baked, two kinds of cranberries are ready, I've got the stuffing bread made and ready to be mixed with all manner of goodies. DD is making the mashed potatoes and Durwood will be peeling the carrots while I saute the bacon and onions. It'll end up being crazy but it'll be great to have everyone together for a few hours. Then they'll all go home and we'll go back to being quiet and sluggish for a month--until Christmas and it all starts up again. Don't you love the holidays?
November 29--China, Cosmological Mandala with Mount Meru. Blake studied the astrological chart she'd found tucked into an old atlas in her Uncle Alby's library.
It was a long, fun day. I fell asleep. I woke up when Durwood tried to take my glasses off. Time to go massage the bird.