When folks at our breakfast table at Bedford Landings enter into a political discussion, we divert and redirect them the best we can so no one walks away with indigestion. Instead we want people to feel relaxed and not defensive, on edge, or challenged in a negative way while they are here. I am just glad we are getting an election break!
It has already been a beautiful fall!. The colors are brilliant and the sunsets are amazing!
We enjoyed the chili fest last weekend along with the fall festival at the Booker T. Washington National Park. We got not even one trick-or-treater at our door. But enjoyed dressing up nonetheless as Chick magnet (I know they are ducks but there were no chicks available!) and Fork-in-the-Road to make an appearance at a wonderful fall meal at my sister’s house.
He won’t get as much work done the rest of this week as he has gone to help our church mission team muck out houses in Beaufort, NC. Bella was none too happy to see him leave, marking her man with her paw in the photo!
In the meantime, I have completed my third children’s book. Jamison is the featured grand child and he will be the first to get a copy when I go to his first grade classroom in Raleigh on November 20 to present it to him and read to his class. I am so excited. If you want a sneak peek, my amazon page is ready! This one is a Christmas story.
We hope you will come visit Bedford Landings for a quick get away and enjoy a fire pit S’more’s package, a nice glass or full bodied wine and unwind!
As Thanksgiving approaches, think back on the last year. Think of the trials and issues that presented themselves and also the wondrous gifts of life, love, jobs, a warm home, kind friends and loving family. Giving thanks on this end!!