I attempt a Throwback Thursday Post, because I do not wish to be making my Thursday blog post on Friday morning. I thought that sentence might give me a little spurt of happiness by reminding me that tomorrow is Friday, but alas, not so much. No matter. On with the blog post.
This is a picture of the area of Vermont where some of my late husband Steve’s family lives. I love the covered bridge. Anyways, this was in my Media Library in April 2017, so I say it is a Throwback photo.
This is a really old snapshot, taken at Steve’s sister Ruby’s house, with one of those disposable cameras we used to use all the time. It is Ruby’s dog Sapphire and our own Tabby. I put it on a napkin and took a picture of it with the Tablet so Steven could share it on Facebook. That may have been back in 2011, but I am not at all sure. We never did learn how to use a scanner, although I think we have one my sister Diane gave us.
And here are some wild turkeys in Ruby’s backyard. We had some wonderful afternoons and evenings sitting on Ruby’s deck, enjoying nature. She had many small animal visitors. She also had the occasional bear, but not when we were there.
Oh dear, I just remembered, I think there was once when we saw a bear although did not get a picture. It was dark and we were looking out the kitchen window, as I recall. If I recall correctly. This is where it would be so nice to be able to turn to Steve and say, “We saw a bear at Ruby’s, didn’t we?” I am still getting used to widowhood.
On that note, I end with a picture of Steve. He is at the So Sweet Candy Shoppe in Utica, NY, with our friend Margaret, the proprietress. I guess that doesn’t really fit with my headline. Does that mean I can also bill this as a Non-Sequitur Thursday Post?