And a very happy one to you and yours, George. Your blog is just one o the many things I am thankful for.
Jerry, many thanks for your kind words. This blog wouldn’t be the same without you! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
Same to you and Diane (and the kids), George. Hope it’s a good one for all.
Jeff, we have a lot to be thankful for. Happy Thanksgiving to you and Jackie!
Have a great day!
Patti, same to you and Phil! Having Patrick and Katie join us for Thanksgiving really makes the day special!
Happy Thanksgiving to all! John brined the turkey last night and is now preparing to put it in the big green egg. I will be making mashed potatoes, dressing, creamed spinach, and sweet potatoes later. We have pecan and pumpkin pies for dessert. I foresee a food coma in my future!
Not that there’s anything wrong with that, Deb!
Deb, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Food coma will hit here around 6 P.M.!
Dan, the turkey is in the oven and we’ll start working on the sides in a couple of hours. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Same to you and the family, George. I’m sure your meal will be wonderful, and there is so much to be thankful for, including, for me, your blog. Are you going to have snow today?
Rick, little flakes of snow are in the forecast for today, but other than the 33 degree temperature, the weather is mild for this time of year. I can remember many Thanksgivings when I had to fire up Big Red (or Big Orange) to snowblow the driveway for our guests so they could park and enter our home. Happy Thanksgiving!
That brings back happy memories of the frozen Niagara Falls for us …
Hope you also enjoy winter coming to you up north!
I would also like to “drive” that big snowblower once, but usually we only have a few inches of snow – unlike the Black Forest.
Wolf, so far we’ve only had a few flakes of snow. But, Big Orange is gassed up and ready to go!
Happy Thanksgiving to all. We’re having weather in the high 80’s, low 90’s.
Maggie, have a Happy Thanksgiving in that summery weather!
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and your families!
Here in Europe we had All Saints as a big holiday, Thanksgiving isn’t really celebrated – but Black Friday is the rage now everywhere, in Hungary like in Germany etc!
I’m being bombarded with emails – buy, buy, buy …
Ps and a bit OT:
When my wife went with me to the USA the first time in mid-November (9 years ago, a week in Miami Beach, really fantastic) and we visited the Publix she couldn’t believe her eyes:
All those massive turkeys …
And I had to explain to her that this was for the big holiday where the families come together – and after that you have leftover turkey on sandwiches, salads etc for many days … 🙂
So don’t overeat and go easy on the extras, please!
Wolf, sadly THANKSGIVING has become a retail “event” as stores open on what was for decades a “family” day. Now, people are going to Wal-mart, Target, etc. to shop for “bargains.”
I always enjoy Thanksbuddy! I hope you do, too!
Bob, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
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