Here you see my husband's supper plate. Chicken liver (from yesterday's butchering) and onions fried in kettle-rendered lard, home grown broccoli, a home grown baked potato, real homemade butter and some fresh goat milk. We are so rich. And I am very grateful. This time of year we focus more on what we are grateful for. I have so much. A sweet and good husband, a warm home, plenty of food, wonderful friends, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and even though we have our problems, this is still a fabulous country to live in. I could go on and on about what I'm grateful for, but I won't. Suffice it to say I am. Thank you for reading my blog. I love writing it.