Welcome to YAAK Adventures


WELCOME TO YAAK ADVENTURES

Live Richly, Live Free. Embrace All The Blessings From Our Creator and Marvel in His Creation.







Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas and The Dreadful Dead Deer Drama

Allot Going On!! Sock Fashion Expert is picking up, Art Dog Spent HOURS putting together Moonbeam's "Tinker Bell Cafe", Moonbeam Fighting Him for The Parts, Stockings, Gifts Every Where!


This Morning Moonbeam couldn't wait to get out of bed!! She ran straight to her Tinker Bell Cafe and cooked us all breakfast ;-)



The Boys tried out a little ice fishing Christmas Afternoon while Moonbeam napped with Archer Baby Sitting, SFE Hiked and................




While Kevin and I took a Snow Mobile Ride :-)




Thanks Everybody for your encouragement. I was a little melancholy with that last post ;-) Last Night The Sock Fashion Expert whipped up an incredible dinner of pot roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, mashed sweet potatoes, corn and peas and even cherry and plum pies!! Whoever marries that girl will be a happy man ;-) I'm so blessed to have such a virtuous young woman in my home!! She even surprised us with home made peanut butter cups she'd had hidden away, right before my husband read us Patrick McMannus's "Christmas Goose" and she read from Luke 2.
Surprisingly, the boys all preferred to play with Moonbeam and her "Tinker Bell Cafe" than play with their own Christmas stuff this morning. Miss Moonbeam, following in her big sisters steps, cooked us all "breakfast". It was a peaceful day.
On my way to work, I listened to corny Christmas carols on the radio. Just as I made it past the state line, a deer, like a bat out of hell came bowling out in front of my truck. I slammed on my brakes, but Bam!! I backed up to go check on it. I found her right away because there was this crazy fur flying all over the road. Not 10 feet from where she lay was another deer's gut pile. I would have ended her suffering, but upon investigation, she died with the impact. I looked over the truck and it seemed okay. Just when i was thinking of a scary movie I saw about a dead deer, a car full of drunk people stopped by. They seemed nice enough, but it always creeps me out meeting drunk strangers in the dark next to dead deer - lol. Cautiously, I rolled down the window to tell them I was fine. Over and over they kept asking me the same questions. My mind raced back to the scary movie. There were no drunk people in the scary movie, only creepy poky things that got animals and people. I eyed the nearest drunk lady for poky things. She didn't seem to have any. I still found myself wishing they would pull away, as they had boxed me in. A drunk lady was trying to relay my responses to the driver who couldn't understand what she was saying because she was profoundly slurring her words. This went on and on until I began to think the poky things might be better than the drunk people, but eventually they did leave. Really, it was nice of them to stop. Thankfully, I made it to work safely and thankfully some one had neglected to eat the last piece of Ed's Fudge. I guess that's about it :-) I hope you all have a Merry Christmas!!

4 comments:

Mamma has spoken said...

You didn't put the deer in the back of the truck? Oh it would have so happen here. In fact, that's what you could have had the car of drunk people help you with ;o)
Glad that you are ok and that you still had a Merry Christmas, work and all.

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

What a talented daughter you have! My girls helped me make our meal, but we are pretty casual around here. We got a "family" gift this year, a Wii, so you can guess what my kids were doing all day :-)
Blessings,
Marcia

THE OLD GEEZER said...

Hi Outdoor Mom :-)

Happy New Year from Southern California. No snow here but a lot of rain storms and mud slides!

It looks like you and your family had a Wonderful Christmas.

God Bless You, ~Ron

Becky said...

I agree, you are very blessed to have two wonderful daughters. Sounds like you all had a good Christmas despite you having to go to work. What a blessing that hitting the deer did not damage your car so much that you could not drive it. And the Lord further bestowed his love on you by having those people make sure you were okay. Isn't it amazing how the Lord used those intoxicated people to bless you?