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We had a super Thanksgiving Day. As I mentioned last week, we drove to Gainesville where our daughter, son-in-law, and four grandchildren live. It was a real treat to be with them on this special day. Here's a picture of our beautiful daughter and our handsome son-in-law. They're both wearing Blue. Michael is wearing an Auburn shirt; he graduated from Auburn, and he LOVED the results of the Iron Bowl.
My daughter's oldest, Caeli, is quite an artist. She drew this as a pencil sketch and put it on Facebook. When I saw it, I told her to frame it. So, she drew one for me! Of course, she colored it my favorite color, Blue. Am I pleased? You bet! I plan to hang it in our home.
Here's Our granddaughters Ara and Caeli, who is holding her new dog, Quin. Quin is such a sweet dog; she fits right into the family. (I don't think she likes getting her picture taken! See her face turned?) Both of the girls are wearing Blue.
Our son-in-law, Michael, has just purchased this vintage car--a 1971 Oldsmobile Cutless. Most of the guys have on something Blue.
Vintage cars have a special Blue tag. (Caeli photo shopped out the number for me.)
Johnny took a spin with Zachary (seen standing) dressed in Blue jeans.
This is a shot of Pierce, the youngest. He's 15 and able to drive that Cutless. (That's why he's smiling!) Johnny and I are happily digesting that huge Thanksgiving meal we just finished. Of course, I'm in Blue.
Finally, Zachary, has two chickens that he keeps for eggs. Mmm, fresh eggs. Here's one of them pretending to be a football. Notice, please, Zachary's Blue shorts and shoes.