Thursday, November 22, 2012

First it Came, Then it Went

Started off at church this morning to thank God for everything He has given us this year.  We have truly been blessed.

This is my first Thanksgiving without my little sister, but I am grateful for the fact that she, my mom, and my dad are all looking down on us today and laughing.

Here is the feast (yes, we ate at 12:30)...

 
My table is never going to match the beautiful tabletops I see on the net.  I am just trying to get everything there while it's hot.  I DID get the Spode and the good silver out, though. 
That's corn casserole and greenbean casserole, of course... mashed potatos and stuffing from a box, because we rarely eat it.  The meat is a great roast from Munson Premium Angus Beef that I put in before going to church, and cooked low and slow.  We didn't really need a knife to cut it.  You notice the gravy boat is empty... the au jus was so good, we didn't need gravy (or ketchup). 
 
Here is someone else I'm grateful for:
 
 
He's bad.  That's all I'm going to say about that.
 
 
Look... I got my picture taken, too. 
 
 
Grateful for these guys who got to go off their diets today to have some extra food.
 
 
Grateful for all the creatures we have in our care.  We like our turkeys on the hoof around here.
 
God has been good to us for another year.  Please join us in prayer for those who have had and are still having a struggle this year.
 
Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!
 
 
 
 
 

12 comments:

  1. Everything looks wonderful,do you have an extra plate at the table, LOL!!!!
    Yum yum good, Blessings Francine.

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  2. Looks like you're having a happy day. Now I'm craving roast beef--save a turkey! And I love the Spode!

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  3. Looks lovely and you seem to be having a great day..
    We do truly have a lot to be thankful for.. xo

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  4. Looks like a good meal. We just got home from in-laws with enough leftovers to last the next 2 days.

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  5. For the past 15 years it always just my husband and myself on Thanksgiving, Our daughter sil and Grandbabies live 2000 miles away in Utah. and 1 grandbaby he is only 4 months old. Do not like being so far away from them also our son and dil live in another state also. Hubby and I just try to naked the best of it.

    Pamela
    Ohio

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  6. I so enjoyed these pictures! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Looks like a great meal :)

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  7. Happy Thanksgiving to my "blogger friend".. I so enjoy your stories,and look forward to another year of them.... best wishes... sue

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  8. Looks like a very nice Thanksgiving and I bet your turkey thinks so too!! Glad he got to gobble about it!

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  9. I knew I should have crossed the border and celebrate Thanksgiving again! lol Your dinner looked so delicious...I love a roast that's been cooked until falling apart. I've been so busy with Christmas preparations, I haven't had much time for the computer so today I'm taking a break and catching up with my dear bloggy friends:-) xoxo

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  10. I love your dishes! Table looks fine to me, only better if I was sitting there enjoying a big plate of your cooking.

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