Also, I’ve just realised that the number of page views has just passed the 200,000 mark, which I suppose is quite an achievement in itself.
When I start to write a post, I have no idea what the title is going to be ~ I just hope it will come to me as I muddle along! Anyway, tomorrow, in the USA, it will be Thanksgiving Day, and I’m sure that, even as we speak, households throughout the land will be in a great state of flux, making sure that everything is ready for the great feast ahead, and if you have visitors arriving, perhaps a cleaning frenzy will also be going on. Hopefully your turkey isn’t still running around! I’ve seen photos of tables laden with food, courtesy of Pinterest.com. I must say, I shall be feeling very envious of you tomorrow when I sit down to my bread and dripping ~ I jest.
Then, of course, after a day when thanks is given for all that you have, Black Friday rears it’s ugly head! A couple of years ago, here in England, we had never heard of Black Friday, but it seems to be another tradition that has found its way across the pond 😊. It’s a bit like the Boxing Day Sales over here, the day after Christmas Day. Personally, I can think of nothing worse than being pushed, shoved and jostled by a crowd of bargain hunters. For a start, being fairly short, I would probably be trampled on!
This Autumn, we have had some wonderful, mild, sunny days, when all the colours have been at their best, but, today, we have gale force winds blowing around, so very soon the trees will be bare once again. Here are a few photos taken by me earlier in the week, whilst visiting a pretty little fishing village near here.
So I will say cheerio from here in deepest Devon. Don’t be afraid to leave a comment if you feel like it. I’d love to hear from you, and this next pic is for all my many good friends spread throughout the United States. I’ll be thinking of you all ❤️