Trying to stay warm and sane,
until the last snow melt....
And yes, I will be blogging about it all...
My heartfelt gratitude for your kind words
my cup runneth over!!
May we continue this friendship...
laugh, and learn and grow together!
And all find each day is just one after the other
but, just a little more interesting in the form of a "Blog"!!!
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Merry Christmas Dear Friends!
How time flies when you’re having fun! We had a pretty crazy year with extreme weather conditions, oodles of pickles, two new grand-babies, and busy with all of it. Steve still keeps busy with building. I help out a family of six with baby-sitting and house-keeping. Our garden did pretty well after it survived a flooding spring. The Sall Farm pickle kitchen was steaming hot and pickles were coming out our ears!! A banner sweet corn crop…Steve hauled corn to
Custer, SD and the local market and to . It’s always a successful year if the garden can produce enough for three counties!! Ha! Woonsocket
We were happy to have all the kids here a couple times this summer. Eric and Rachel and little Wyatt are a little more accessible in
again, so we get to see them more again. Beniah, Emily, Domino and little Zelda are happily residing in Kansas City and stay busy with jobs and all things family!! We are anxious for the whole gang to be together in K.C. for Christmas. Three little ones walking and crawling will be a lot of fun!! Kansas City
That was the letter we sent to friends
and family spread across the U.S.!
The typical Christmas letter that keeps us
in touch and sends the message
of peace and goodwill and Merry Christmas to all!
This is a special message to all of my new found blogging friends....
I can't tell you how I've enjoyed making new connections across state and continent lines!!
Blogging has changed my world for the better,
and I just want to let each and every follower and visitor know
how much I appreciate you!!!
The pickle farmers in South Dakota
want to wish you, each and all a Very Merry Christmas!!
We will be here all winter long
dreaming of another pickle season...