Especially to my family - I love you all!
So I can turn it into this.....
My husband is out hunting this.....
So I can turn it into this.....
However, I bought this, just in case.....
This year I am thankful that......
God is in my life.
my family is healthy.
snow is on the horizon so we can make a living.
we have a house to live in and enough food to eat.
I have met and gotten to know an amazing bunch of people through blogging.
May you all have a safe and blessed holiday. Hug those close to you.
Hey, I couldn't do a holiday post without Snoopy ya know!
(all images from Google Images)
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family Kim. I am sending you warm and sandy breezes from Cayo Costa.( and a piña colada from the back dock:)ReplyDelete
Aw, thanks Brian - that's so sweet of you! The warm breeze sounds nice. It would be wonderful to feel the sand between my toes right about now. I'll drink the pina colada for breakfast - it has pineapple chunks on a stick, right? LOL! Happy Thanksgiving to you too!ReplyDelete
Happy Turkey day to you and the family Kim and to you Capt. Brian. Wish I was on Cayo Costa right about now.ReplyDelete
All the best to you and the whole gang! You have so much to be thankful for, enjoy the day!ReplyDelete
I'm a little late, but....I wanted to say Happy Thanksgiving, and I hope it was great!ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving to you too Kim! I hope your husband caught that turkey!!!ReplyDelete
We're in the midst of a turkey crisis here... we're celebrating tomorrow since it's not a holiday in Spain and it's way to complicated to celebrate on Thurs. Anyhow my dad went to pick up the turkey.... and the delivery guy forgot to deliver them to the supermarket! My dad kind of went through the roof and the supermarket people called around until they found someone who could get a turkey there by 9 am tomorrow... which will still be tight for a 3pm meal (Spanish schedule). I'm looking forward to a very hectic day, but my first Thanksgiving with my family in 12 years! :o)
Cris: Good luck securing your turkey. I want pictures!ReplyDelete
Yikes! I just got a call from my dad saying the turkey place failed him! He hunted around and finally managed to get a bird, but just one and he wanted 2 'cause they're small here! So now the turkey's in the oven and he's hunting around for a ham or something. Definitely not an easy holiday to organise in a country where it isn't a holiday! It's hard to find turkeys this far away from Christmas....ReplyDelete
Who would think it would be so hard to find a turkey? Keep me posted.ReplyDelete
Well in a country where turkey isn't a typical dish... it's definitely not easy! My poor dad had to "make do" with his 6kg turkey instead of the two 10kg ones he had ordered.ReplyDelete
Fortunately with the ham, and the waldorf salad, and the yams, and the smashed potatoes, and the corn, and the stuffing, and the dips and chips to start with and the quiche lorraine and the spinach quiche someone brought... we fed 20 people and still have leftovers! There are even a few slices of cake and pie left. My dad always makes way to much food, and it's always delicious! He's a big hit with my sisters' and my friends. ;o)