On my first full day home for the holidays, I got in five miles on the East Boulder Trail. I was able to run to the turn-around point, but had to walk back as I’ve gained the Covid-twenty since March. I was only home for a stealthy few days, all of them full, relaxing, restorative.
My family gathered at Brit and Eric’s new home in Edgewater for Thanksgiving. It’s near Sloans Lake for running and they have good neighbors. Eric has mastered replacing the doorbell and is preparing for larger DIY jobs.
Eric brought me into the kitchen to carve. Otherwise, he cooked it all; the stuffing was his family recipe; he baked Brussel sprouts with something else good; mashed potatoes with a gravy that was the talk of the table; he warmed up the green bean casserole; plus he baked two pies. Did I mention the turkey?
Marvelous! I love the pictures, especially. You can see your COVID 20 in the pic of you carving the turkey–it’s ok, really! You rate it. And the picture of Brit with enough food on her plate to feed–well, her overweight Dad–is priceless. I really enjoyed this. It needs to become a Mahoney Holiday Classic.
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Ed Mahoney said:
Brit cleaned her plate. Both my girls are proud eaters.