November Days

I’ve associated November with the color brown and Thanksgiving in the past. This month our yard in New Hampshire usually is a faded dull green that turns to a light brown. Roadside vegetation is a rich brown as well as surrounding bushes. I start planning the holiday feast, the table decor and guests pretty early. I’m sitting by our toasty fire with a hot cup of coffee in hand while dreaming of the 27th.

Halloween decorations and pumpkins are returned to the dusty storage shelf. It’s a lot of fun listening to Louis Armstrong or Ella Fitzgerald as I pull out turkeys, my pilgrims, cornucopia and gourds. I usually browse through my tablecloths, planning what we will use for Thanksgiving.

As a I finish this post I have to update you. Now our yard is a sea of glistening white and opaque. Snow and ice frosts the mailbox, the tree branches and pumpkins sitting on the stoop. Similar to last mid November a bus snowstorm hit yesterday and the night before. After all is said and done we got about 8 inches of the fluffy stuff.

Yesterday was a snow day from school. I watched movies, did a load of laundry and rested as I’m still experiencing bladder issues. Hopefully a cancellation will arise soon soI can get some medical help.

Blessings to you all as you go about your day.

All My Best,

Mary

8 thoughts on “November Days

    1. Hi Daksha, I’m waiting for a cat scan that will be scheduled soon. Here in the USA it’s a waiting game for health care. I’m getting through, living and working but it’s uncomfortable. I’m strong though and I have faith that all will be well. Take care, my friend.😉🌈

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      1. you too. I thought things were quicker there, than here. yes faith and courage are the most important things. so glad your lovely family is there to take care of you. it will all come out fine in the end. do let me know about the latest news…

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