I hope that you are almost ready in your Thanksgiving preparations. I spent the day cleaning my kitchen cupboards. I thought this might be the last time I might get at it before the holiday rush.
I made some little chocolate turkeys for you today. I remember the first time I put these on my Thanksgiving table; my kids were soooo thrilled. They are a little bit older now, and it takes more to thrill them :).
I found these little salad plates recently. Even though I already have some fall leaf plates, I couldn't pass up buying a few for a $1.00.
I made some little chocolate turkeys for you today. I remember the first time I put these on my Thanksgiving table; my kids were soooo thrilled. They are a little bit older now, and it takes more to thrill them.
I added a fall spray for color.
The floral centerpiece was made by my daughter Tati. She is taking a floricultural class and is learning how to make floral arrangements.
I love elevating pumpkins for table interest.
A larger view of the table.
I also picked up a few of these fall leaf/acorn chargers for one dollar.
On your way out, grab some chocolate. I made those little acorns yesterday. Click here for a tutorial. I think they are charming.
I would like to count some blessings before I close this post.
We have a new grand daughter that showed up healthy on the scene on Monday. This is number two for us. Welcome Sydney!
We are going to my in-laws for Thanksgiving. My mother-in-law has dodged a bullet health-wise recently. We are glad she is with us getting healthy. She is sweet, an anchor to the family, and a little bit sassy.
My sister-in-law, and family, from Melba, Idaho is joining us for a Thanksgiving dinner on Friday at my in-laws. They are turkey farmers and are bringing a turkey to cook. I have visited their farm. One of the funniest things is that every time we said "TURKEY," the Toms, not the hens, would all say GOBBLE, GOBBLE.
The turkeys on their farm.
Their son Riggins holding the some turkey eggs. They sell the turkey eggs at the Boise Co-op.
They also sell their organic turkeys.
My daugther Talley turned 12 recently. She is such a good, beautiful daughter.
So many things to be thankful for.....
We hope you have the best Thanksgiving!
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