And yes…my wife is hot. 😉
Thanksgiving holiday was good. Time at the ranch in Kerrville with my extended family, some of which I hadn’t seen in years. Watching my kids run up and down the Hill Country with their plastic rifles acting like they were the new sheriffs in town. Feeling the chilly breeze of a good northerner and seeing the tall grass shudder in concert with every gust. Hanging out with my wife and not having to mess with cleaning the dishes, leaving for work or the other things that take away from being with her. Getting home safely after driving in flash flood rains for three hours straight after San Antonio. (By the way, thank you Lord for the state car of Texas – I love suburbans!) Did I mention that Thanksgiving was a good holiday?
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