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My name is Sally Johnson and I adore quilting... I have lived on Cape Cod since 1974 and I am married and have two sons...

Friday, May 18, 2012

Nature At It's Best

The season is spring, love is in the air and flowers are in bloom. As I went out yesterday to start my grill I noticed my little friend in the back yard. We call her Eleanor. But when we see her or him I yell out "Hey Bunny Fru Fru" I didn't notice any thing in the area that this cute little bundle of happiness comes to visit in the way of food so I went to the refrigerator and broke out the sacrificial bag of carrots we buy for the bunnies that come visit me daily...

I thought it only right to feed them since they have never done damage to my garden or tore anything up in my yard and they are very diligent in eating the dandelions... Such good bunnies...

Here are some photos of the bunny I named Eleanor. I do hope you think she is as cute as I do...


She is posing like any starlet would...

Eleanor seems to be enjoying her treat of a carrot...

And how cute she is to use her little hands to hold the carrot...

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Sheriffs help with 'Kitchen aid' fundrasier

HYANNIS — Barnstable County Sheriff James Cummings and Special Sheriff Jeffrey Perry will host an event this evening to raise money for 280 kitchens at the Wounded Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Belvoir in Virginia.
"Kitchen Aid" will run from 5 to 7 p.m. at The Resort and Conference Center at 35 Scudder Ave., according to a press release about the event.
Donors who give at least $80 will have their name displayed at the Wounded Warrior's kitchen, according to the press release.
Cape Cod Cares for the Troops will coordinate the delivery of the kitchen supplies purchased with donations.
The Wounded Warrior Transition Battalion provides support to wounded soldiers who need at least six months of rehabilitation and medical care, according to the unit's website.
Military personnel living at the Wounded Warrior Transition Battalion in Fort Belvoir are expected to attend tonight's event, which will include patriotic songs by retired state Trooper Dan Clark and a performance by the Brian Boru Pipe Band. There will also be light appetizers, a cash bar and raffles, according to the press release.
For more information call Michelle DeSilva at 774-216-9052.
PATRICK CASSIDY

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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

My Great Kid

Hello Blogger's today is my son's 19th Birthday. I hardly can believe he is 19 yrs old... It seems like yesterday that he was born. Although I am glad I am not giving birth to him all over... Good Lord I would have to be totally knocked out after 4 days of labor the first time, it so was totally worth it... Just think my kiddo was such a cute kid...




He really does cook quite well... Here he is making his yearly batch of fresh pumpkin seeds... Yummo!!!


Not sure how long ago this was but trust me when I say he now has a beard that is shaved and he also keeps his mustache nice and neat... He has definitely grown up to be a wonderful guy...