Happy Turkey Day, everyone! If you're reading this post, it's probably late at night and your bellies are full of stuffing and tryptophan. I'm going to keep it short since I'm in Texarkana visiting family, but I thought I would post some pictures from Thanksgiving last year, and you all can just imagine that I'm doing pretty much the same thing today.
This is the bunkhouse at our farm, where we have Thanksgiving every year. Can you see where my design inspiration comes from?
Our farm is about 450 acres of pecan trees. And cows. And some lakes. And a beach on the Red River. Except for the cows (and their patties) and the bird-sized mosquitoes, it's heaven on earth.
Tractors and ATVs live in here. Yee haw!
Someone always has a new toy to play with, most of which make my Mamaw very nervous. But cuttin' stuff is fun.
So is shootin' stuff.
When it's too dark to shoot anymore, it's time to go home.
So what did you do today and where did you do it? Were there any exciting drunken family escapades? Please feel free to describe them in detail. I'm nothing if not nosy.