Seems like forever since I've written a post. I just know I've been terribly missed.
First a little Christmas holiday recap and then some thoughts for the coming year.
The holidays started out pretty much like last year.
Last year before we left town , we found this on our game camera:
Mountain Lion 2013
Mountain Lion 2014
The more alarming part is that Bunny went outside the morning this was taken to get something out of her car. Out the door, over the raised deck and into her car, then back into the house. She came in shaking her head and said "Something growled at me. Twice." She wasn't concerned because she thought it was Carlos, UNTIL she saw that Carlos was sitting right next to me. Nowhere near the back door.
I found a paw print under the deck.
Fortunately Bunny was NOT anyone's breakfast.
I also managed to maim myself 24 hours prior to arriving in Texas. Again. Nothing broken this time, just slammed my finger in the door of the Hummer. Hard. Three weeks later it still has a BandAid and it still hurts. Another Christmas on pain killers.
There was the flu rearing its ugly head again. Last year Bunny and I BOTH got the flu. This year it was Belle.
No Christmas decorations up at the Texas house but I expected that. At least the house was clean.
But Christmas was lovely and we had a great trip there and back. (Unlike last year.)
We returned to SNOW!!! And Carlos, who had been in the kennel for TEN days.
Look how happy he is to be sitting in Belle's lap for the ride home from the kennel.
Carlos and Belle
And look at the fun snow we got to drive through for the last two hours of our trip!
Beautiful snow covered mountain drive.
And this is what we woke up to the next morning.
Lots of snow!
So the New Year's portion of our holiday was pretty much spent doing this:
So... Christmas and New Years. Done.
On to 2015.
That means I have less than a year to finish my 60 by 60 list. Yikes.
I did get No. 31 done. I'll post about that soon.
And while I don't have any resolutions, I do have some thoughts about the new year. I'll post about that soon, too.
In the meantime, onward to the new year.