Winter Solstice, Peanut the Cat, & an Automated Butcher Shop

We are almost to the winter solstice, which is cause for celebration. I am grateful that there will gradually be more daylight everyday starting in two days.

It’s grey today, but not too cold. I got out for a walk with my son and we spoke with the woman who’s cat my son has loved forever. She told us that Peanut died a few weeks ago but that he lived to be twenty years old! I’m grateful for the memories of my son sitting in the middle of the street petting Peanut.

I finally cooked the bacon I bought from a 24 hour automated butcher shop in Stone Ridge, NY over Thanksgiving. It was delicious and I am grateful to have gotten a single piece while my family devoured the rest.

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