We had a crowd-sourced Thanksgiving meal today. Monte and Tom provided 2 delicious grill roasted turkeys. Kate and Glenn brought green bean casserole and Kate whipped up the best mashed potatoes (and peas!) that I’ve ever tasted. Doray and Sandy made their sweet potato baked cup thingies. Sue & Marty brought delicious, home-made cranberry sauce, squash, and irresistible bourbon balls. I baked up some dinner roles, made gravy from the drippings of the birds and whipped up a pink-jello-whip-cream-cottage-cheese-pineapple dish in honor of all our favorite aunts. Everything was DELICIOUS! Laura joined us after dinner, too.
The picture above is of one of the brews that Glenn opened. He got it part way down before someone noticed the foam on the inside of the bottle formed a perfect number 10! Pretty funny. The poor guy wasn’t able to finish this beer for a while, for all the excitement it caused. But it was a good omen for the day… it was perfect.
I wish all of you a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving Day.
Stopping to create posts on this blog every day (or so) has caused me to pause long enough to reflect on things in my day and life. I have so much to be thankful for.