Quote for the day!


Psalm 30:5 Weeping may remain for a night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Hello strangers!






Hello to all! Long time no blog...
Sorry I have been away. I was in the process of moving and well now instead of Sunny California I am in the frosty Midwest! AND I LOVE IT! It's cold, it already snowed, and I did a craft fair and it was a success! I am ready to get painting and crafting. The holidays are coming up so I made a ton of Gingerbread ornies, and salt dough ornies. I have pics of the gingerbread that I will be posting. I have pics from beginning to end. I had fun making them.
Is everyone ready for Thanksgiving? That is one of my favorite times of the year. I will be making a turkey, homemade cornbread stuffing, sweet candied yams, buttery mashed potatos, potato rolls, punkin pie! Ahhhh I am getting hungry. Well here are some pics of the gingerbread ornies!
Hey how bout a give away! Tell me what your favorite thing is about Thanksgiving or what your thankful for. I am thankful for my dear friends and family. Let me know and how about December 1 I will pick a winner out of the wonderful hat! Good luck start posting.

4 comments:

Sandee said...

For me it's family. I'm the eldest of three and I was smart enough to watch mom make Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. I can cook Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner just like mom used to. Our parents are gone and have been for many years, but one of us will always mention mom and dad during Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. They will always thank me for learning how to cook for the holidays just like mom did.

So love those that are near and dear to you as someday they may not be there. Family, there just isn't anything quite so important.

It's good to see a post from you. Have a terrific day and Happy Thanksgiving. :)

"B" said...

Ditto on the family thing. Except for my being the youngest of 6 girls and I forgot to watch my mother cook ANYTHING!!! We girls along with spouses, children and grandchildren all get together. That's 50 something people. The six sisters share the cooking. I get the simple assignment...deviled eggs and layered salad. Our daughters and daughters-in-law bring desserts.

That makes Thanksgiving dinner "a piece of cake" or should I say " a piece of pumpkin pie"?

Michele said...

Hi Linda!
Tis this Season of Blessings and Gratitude ... a time to reflect upon all that the good Lord has provided us.
This Thanksgiving I will be missing my Dad an awful lot. He passed away last December. I never imagined a Thanksgiving without him. However, I will always feel blessed by having the best Dad in the world and for that I am eternally grateful!
"Happy Thanksgiving" blessing to you, your family and to all your followers. ~.~

Anonymous said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Free Web Stats
Free Web Stats