I froze some of the 15 bean soup for Amelia (good thing she likes bean soups) and some for us. Here it is cooling and ready to go to freezer or fridge.Nellie has her mice done again for this year (Kimy - Mouse Medicine -, you will love them if you haven't seen them yet). Almost too cute to eat! No, wait, I think Nellie already said that! Don't they look snug in their little nest? I really want to make some of these!
My mouse-catcher is home, but no luck so far in catching the little critter that took shelter in the house. Next step...well, I'm not sure.
I added some of the flowers that are still blooming to Fee's ivy and put them in his bathroom. They look cheery!
The mouse-catcher went to the office this morning, then down to Raft Bayou where he busied himself all day. When he came home I lit this candle; the second day in the count down to his birthday and the Winter Solstice. Fee seems pretty excited about his surprises (said he looked at his ivy this morning and hoped he would get something when he came home) which makes me feel good.
The invocation on the card is one I posted earlier, but Fee loved it, too.
Life is short and we have not too much time
for gladdening the hearts of those
who are traveling the dark way with us.
Oh, be swift to love! Make haste to be kind.
We had bean soup and sandwiches for supper, just right for a windy, rainy night.
Must make progress on the quilt and some of my projects tomorrow. Absolutely must.