Hello! Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
I am excited to inform you that Steve McLeod from http://stevescountry.com is a new contributing author at the fire!
His tagline reads,
“for a smile as wide as a country sunrise”
And he lives up to it!
Steve is an avid coffee drinker, poet, and photographer AND he loves cats.
What more needs to be said?
His post is already written and this post serves as an introduction. We will see it soon!
I look forward to working with Steve from http://stevescountry.com and I recommend you check out his amazing site and subscribe.
Moving on to my day, this Sunday morning was spent preparing for online church services. Our congregation is looking to be responsible during this epidemic and we do not wish to raise the risk of exposure after the Thanksgiving holiday.
Prior to service, we straightened up the living room and dressed for the occasion in our Sunday best. We feel it is important to participate to the fullest despite not being able to attend in person. If you are interested in attending with me online, here is a link.
After service, work clothing was more in order and I went to clean the garage. Mystery of mysteries, my compressor hose was broken and no one knows how it happened.
Strange. Small repair, no biggie.
Even stranger today are my ducks. I feed these little critters a LOT of food inasmuch as there are always leftovers in the morning.
They have taken to eating the charcoal and ashes from my firepit. Elusive, they wont let me photograph it but I came close. I wonder if there are micro nutrients in there that tickle their fancy.
After a delicious meal of Totino’s Pizza, we began decorating the living room for the Christmas season.
All told, it wasn’t a bad day. We started off on the right foot!
A new friend, a compressor mend, ash eating queued ducks, and pizza for a couple bucks and I didn’t even bat an eye!