I spent Thanksgiving in Oswego, with Dad and the Necks. Not surprisingly, we ate a lot of tasty food. Kym and Bets planned a wonderful menu, a highlight was the shrimp/kale/collard green/garlic bread stuffing that Kym prepared.
I kept singing “They’re taking the Hobbits to Isengard” - yes, I get a little hyper around the holidays. We downloaded it from youtube so we could watch it on Hosmer’s machine. The painful days of dial-up were relived by us all, but the tune was a hit, and soon the female members of the Neck family began to sing it over and over, while dancing in step.
Jerry showed us a charming and funny black and white early music video of his grandfather, who was a big band musician, also on youtube. It took 20 minutes to download, but was worth every minute. Jerry plays the violin, and Friday night he played for all of us. Hearing live (violin!) music in the living room was great.
John moved from one slightly broken appliance to another, fixing things. He has wonderful pictures of the walk he participated in along the border - I am looking forward to seeing them online soon.
Pictures will follow, eblogger will not let me upload them now (probably all the other bloggers are putting their thanksgiving pics online).