So all of you Georgia folks, just send your Paypal donations to firstname.lastname@example.org, otherwise known as "the rainmaker"!
It was nice to be lazy and let somebody else do all the cooking on Thanksgiving, I must say. The food was delicious; Debbie outdid herself.
Cliff and Jim did make some adjustments to the Gold Wing, so it wasn't a total waste of time, bringing it along. And we hope to get a ride in today, in spite of the fact that the high temps will only be in the fifties. We brought our leathers and plenty of clothes to layer.
We've enjoyed watching the antics of our granddaughter, Lyndsay, and her two nieces, aged two and four. I've had a refresher course in singing "I Knew An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly" and "My Little Rooster"; not to mention "This Little Light Of Mine", "Old Stewball" and "Go On Blue, I'm Coming Too". Hey, it's nice to have an audience that, no matter what you sing, demands, "Sing it again!"
Lyndsay also has a brand new baby niece that Cliff and I enjoyed holding. There's no shortage of little girls around this house. I do have pictures, but at this instant I don't have the means to load them.
I see it's even colder in Missouri than it is here, so we'd better try and get a motorcycle ride in today; it may be our last for awhile!