By Janet Siers

Buddy is still cooking. His little horse is as big as a barrel. She gets up on the road and his little puppies follow her down the road and then back in the meadow. Hope they don't get killed.

There is a dead cat up on route 16 here in front of my house. Wasn't mine but things don't last here except for my chickens. They're great. Almost no maintenance. I crow with him.

I'm glad that Charles Haverty is feeling a lot better.

December 25th's dinner with Joe, his mother Mary and grandmother Mureen was a nice quiet family dinner. The ladies and I enjoyed conversation while Joe walked the dogs after dinner.

Thanks to Barbara and Ken Mace for the ground deer meat and corn on the cob. I love it here in the woods. People are nice.

I'm keeping my bird feeders going. See a lot of nuthatches and a flock of doves underneath. Heather's little girl Lea likes to watch them.

Saw seven deer in the meadow at daybreak, four does and three little ones, had crossed the creek and after frolicking for a while, then on across the road and up the hill.

Blaine King visited and was happy that Val said hello. They met at our family reunion here last May. She had read about him in the Chloe News and finally met the man in the news.

Everyone have a wonderful week!

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