For those in the United States.
I hope that your Thanksgiving Day was exceptional, held with family and friends alike~
We had a marvelous, very busy Thanksgiving season.
Our grand-daughter Maci was born on Monday a week ago.
My youngest daughter Ashleigh, and I prepared food all day on Wednesday.
Thursday, our oldest daughter Hillary came with her husband Andrew and their 3 year old twin boys.
We then drove out to Brittany's home to take food to she and her family, as they got to bring Maci home on Wedesday late afternoon.
After that, we still were not done, as we drove into Louisville, and took my 88 year old father-in-law his Thanksgiving Day feast...
The Christmas tree was also decorated the weekend before, however, I did manage to take some time to gather in a few images as well...of course I did!
The Red-Shouldered Hawk was on the hunt across the lane from the hospital, where I had to go for some MRI tests~
I am linking up with Stewart at:
We do not have House Sparrows on our acreage, not even close, but they are all around where my father-in-law lives.
Here is a male, thinking that it is hiding from me in a Dogwood tree~
I grabbed a couple of quick on the wire images of a Kestrel when driving home one afternoon last week~
Our oldest daughter Hillary, her husby Andrew and 3 year old twin boys Cullen and Kerrick, at our home for Thanksgiving dinner~