Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thanksgiving Thanks




This Thanksgiving we want to thank you, our readers.




We wish you:
  1. turkey,

  2. gravy,

  3. stuffing,

  4. sweet potatoes,

  5. cornbread,

  6. green bean casserole,

  7. cranberry sauce,

  8. pumpkin pie,

  9. or maybe pecan pie,

  10. whipped cream,

  11. family,

  12. good friends,

  13. and well, all the best.

17 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a fattening and delicious post! Should come with a drool-guard for the keyboard. Happy Thanksgiving to you Otherworldly friend :)

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  2. Thanks Rhiann,
    :) Happy Thanksgiving to you, too.

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  3. Thank you for sharing your writing world with us. I enjoy reading your blog.

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    1. Thanks CountryDew,
      I hope you have an excellent Thanksgiving.

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  4. I wish I were eating pumpkin pie right now!!

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  5. We don't generally do green bean casserole, but this year my mother brought a bunch, so I'm going to do it.

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    1. Alice Audrey,
      I know some people don't like green bean casserole, but I look forward to it this time of year.

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  6. In fact, I'll be having each and every one of those delicious things in just a couple hours. Woohoo! Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Oh, in that case, I wish you good eating. :)

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  7. I'm recovering from eating all those things right now. In fact, I'm dangerously close to a food coma. ;)

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    1. Chris Allen-Riley,
      I'm right with you--really, really full.

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  8. This is pretty close to what we had. Great list with yummy memories.

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  9. *burp!*

    ;)

    Just kidding! I hope you had a good holiday. Unfortunately, I didn't partake of any of the food on your list, but I enjoyed a nice meal with my hubby and a friend, so it was good here, too. :)

    Happy (belated) Thanksgiving!

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    1. Kimberly Menozzi,

      Aren't you in Italy? Which in my mind adds a layer of romance to Thanksgiving no matter what the meal. How cool is that?

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