Surprisingly the real estate business has been pretty business the last few weeks. Still a fellow has to have his priorities straight.
I have managed to sneak in a little fishing. Tomorrow, I am hoping that it is warm enough to spend a little time focused on it.
That could perhaps be a challenge since according to the weathermen the eastern part of North Carolina is one of the colder places in the country tonight. The cold weather is here a week or so earlier than last year.
The forecast for cold weather got me to build a little tent out of blankets for our tomato plants. I am amazed but we are still getting tomatoes in quantity off of our vines.
The exciting thing is that they are delicious. I figure this is a huge victory for home grown produce. If I can get through the month of November, that will mean that we have enjoyed homegrown tomatoes for five months.
We might see enough of the green ones to get us to January. We got local hot house tomatoes for an additional two and one half months.
Having great tomatoes over seven or maybe even eight months out of the year, means that meal planning is simplified. We can always make something around a tomato.
It is strange to be thinking about tomatoes when Turkey Day is just around the corner.
We lived in Canada for over sixteen years, and the one thing we missed the most was Thanksgiving Day.
While Canadian Thanksgiving is in October, it pales in comparison to American Thanksgiving.
That special Thursday in November starts my favorite time of year. It is a time when we all get together. It is above all a time for family and for renewing connections.
This year will be special for us since our son will be able to come. Last year when I wrote about Thanksgiving in Truly time for turkey, I was saddened by his absence.
With any kind of luck, I'll catch some fish to eat before we have to get serious about turkey next week.