Sunday, December 13, 2015

What I've Mostly Been Doing Today

And now I'm making shepherd's pie. I was going to make spaghetti but Jessie and I watched a clip of Keith Richards on Jimmy Fallon talking about his love for shepherd's pie and how there had to be one backstage for every gig and that if anyone bust the crust before he got to it after the show, there would be murder and mayhem.
So we decided that we would have our own shepherd's pie and it's in the oven now.

Time to make a huge salad.

The roof over my bathroom and side porch is dried in. Whatever that means. It sounds good, right?
Those boys have worked hard. And Jessie and August and I have laughed a lot.

It's been a fine Sunday.
I hope yours has been too.

Love...Ms. Moon


  1. Shepherd's pie and family. Is there anything better?

  2. Playing with a grandbaby while menfolk fix the roof and a shepherd's pie bakes in
    the oven? What a fine Sunday!

  3. Oh that beautiful photo of you and Gus . Xxx

  4. Those are sweet photos. I love to make a baby laugh, I do. It's such a gift when it happens.

  5. You and little Gus and Shepard's pie and a new roof and Jesse, what more could you want?

  6. "Dried in" -- hmmm. Mysterious.

    In any case, sounds like a good day. :)

  7. What darling photos of you and little August. And Shepherd's Pie sounds delicious. We had a rainy night and ordered pizza!

  8. I think you must have the happiest grand babies in the world!

  9. Those pictures sure are remedies for a lot of ills.

  10. Betsy- It was.

    Birdie- Not much!

    A- A day of rest for some, not for others!

    Leisha- I was singing to him. He found it hysterical.

    Jo- You speak the truth!

    Joanne- I know. It was lovely.

    Steve Reed- I use the phrase like I know what it means. Hopefully it means that the roof won't leak before they get the tin back on it.

    Elizabeth- You had rain! Hurray!

    Liv- They all seem pretty darn happy.

    Ms. Vesuvius- Yes. A lot.

  11. Ellen Abbott- There is absolutely nothing like it. As you know.


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