I had forgotten all about it until I came home and pulled up what was on the memory stick. It’s a beautiful sunrise on the hill.
Oh, look. He signed it!
Well, it looks like that to me.
This one wasn’t all that great, so I added some texture to it. I used Scratch the Surface 4, a free download from [this set] at Shadowhouse Creations, as well as Shagreen Bone, available [here] from Flypaper Textures.
I used Shagreen Bone for the background here as well. These are the leaves on the dogwood tree. Or, as we call it, George’s squirrel tree.
Earlier this week, my husband and George went out the back door. George took off like a bat out of hell, chasing a squirrel and ended up biting it!! The squirrel shrieked, my husband said, and turned around (while he was being nipped) and batted at George with his paws. This must have surprised the dog, because the squirrel escaped and ran up the fence, and then dove headlong into the low-hanging branches of a tree.
I think somebody needs to take his squirrel warrior job a lot less seriously.
Dinner tonight at our house. Pork chops with an apple salsa and acorn squash.
I love acorn squash. Especially when it comes right out of the garden. (And when it’s got a well of butter and maple syrup in it).
Calories be damned!
What am I talking about? I’d better be able to still fit into those pants for the wedding this weekend . . .
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The documentary describes the making of the follow-up album to Born to Run, the classic that made him and the E-Street Band famous. He was 27 years old, burdened by a lawsuit that involved his former manager, and brooding about people’s expectations and the newfound fame when he wrote the Darkness album.
So, question for you . . .
What are your weekend plans? Inquiring minds want to know.