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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Getting Ready

There are lots of good smells in the kitchen today.
 I'm just about done cooking for now. The stuffing ingredients are waiting to cool out and then they will be combined and stuffed into the refrigerator to await stuffing the turkey tomorrow morning. 


 Jake's favorite, berry pie, is cooling on the counter, along with the cranberry sauce. Someone else is bringing the pumpkin pie. 

The centerpiece for the table is done, created out of grocery store mums and clippings from shrubs in the yard. 
 The table is set and ready for our guests. There will be seven of us: our son Jake, Tom's sister Jan, my cousins Dan and Kris and Kris's guy, Charlie, will be joining us. Jill and the kids are with their other family in Colorado. 

This has been a year of changes for some of us, some good things have come our way, and we all have plenty to be grateful for. 

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

11 comments:

  1. It looks so wonderful! I would also want to taste the pie AND that delicious looking cranberry sauce. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, Linda! :-)

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  2. Everything appears to be well under control. Table is beautiful. Susan flies in tomorrow. We’ll have our meal on Sunday. She will cook. I will set the table.

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  3. Your place looks very festive! You've done a lot of work and I hope you thanksgiving is awesome.

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  4. Your table is lovely! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  5. Beautiful table in waiting for the feasting. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you who will sit around that table.

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  6. It all looks just perfect. I've never seen a more beautifully set table. That berry pie looks amazing!

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  7. Wow, what a beautiful table setting! You are like Martha Stewart, only better. There is a warmth to your home that is so wonderful.

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  8. Beautiful table setting. Your Thanksgiving sounded grand.

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  9. Happy belated Thanksgiving. Those delicious smells in the kitchen - one of the perks of hosting!

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