listening to the Macy's parade on television while I cook in the kitchen
the warmth of being with family
joking around and telling stories
the best dishes on the table
pumpkin and pecan pies
counting my blessings
Hi Steviewren. I enjoyed reading your previous blogs and the smiling photos. Great! - DaveReplyDelete
P.S. Happy Thamksgiving! - DaveReplyDelete
Lovely things to look forward to.;) It will be a great day; I am wishing you a lovely Thanksgiving in case I do not get the chance later.;) xoReplyDelete
Oh I've missed too many posts Steviewren! Work is getting in the way of my blogging!ReplyDelete
I know exactly what you mean about the menopause and reading - that really resonates with me!
If I dont get the chance later in the week I wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving.;)
oh wow stevie and i hope you enjoy it all and have a wonderfully memorable time.ReplyDelete
Yum.. maybe those wonderful smells will waft north of the border. I wish you a very happy Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete
Wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving! I know I've been away for months, but I'm married now and very happy. My wie has encouraged me to get back into blogging. Its a must....
How is your art work coming...very creative, I'm sure!
Happy Thanksgiving Stevie. I hope all 10 things happen and you can add even more things that you enjoyed to your list afterward.ReplyDelete
Ditto on the list...that is mine exactly...down to the same kind of pies. Enjoy your Thursday! xoReplyDelete
i so agree with that!!! :)ReplyDelete
have a beautiful one Stevie...many blessings
Love your list!! I completely relate:)ReplyDelete
That painting by Norman Rockwell is one of my faves, too.
We'll MISS you! We can give THANKS that we have such a great mom/mother in law/gramma!ReplyDelete
The Parade, then the dog show, and Miracle on 34th St ... all before ToonMan takes over the TV for footballReplyDelete
Stopped by to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving if I'm not able to visit before Thursday! A bounty of blessings for you and your family StevieWren.ReplyDelete
Your list is wonderful. I have missed my visits. I am so right there with you on the Cornbread Dressing. Yummy for the tummy. We have so much to be thankful for, especially such sweet friends. We need to meet in 2010. We're only a couple of hours apart. Let's make a plan. Happy Thanksgiving!!ReplyDelete
Same, here, all those things, too and I wish you and yours all the joys love and family can bring!ReplyDelete
I only made cornbread stuffing once ...for my Virgina born Daughter-in-law :-) Here in the NE most eat sausage chestnut and bread stuffing....more savory but equally delicious! Hope you had a wonderful day ...no parade for me this year as I couldn't chance it with my foot problem. Maybe next year!ReplyDelete
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