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November 22, 2012


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Mary on Lake Pulaski

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family Stephanie!


Happy Thanksgiving! I am doing the whole turkey thing today. The turkey is in the oven and the sides are made up as much as they can be ahead of time. I'm "resting" in my sewing room until I need to attend to the dinner again.


Happy Thanksgiving! I'd prefer that meal over turkey anyday ;)


Papa Pea is right the bread is like cake! Yours bread looks delish too. After today I wished I had made something easier! I did the turkey and all the sides and was exhausted after. Lasagna sounds wonderful and a husband to cook it! The pie looks wonderful.
Glad too that Sweet Pea loves paper crafting with you!


Mmmm yummy! I vote for lasaga too! I tried to convince te family last year to ditch the turkey for lasagne at christmas but i was out voted!


Happy Thanksgiving! I'm very thankful that you are my friend.

Catherine @ Knotted Cotton

What a happy collection of things to be thankful for:-) A husband that cooks, too!


Since we had a traditional Thanksgiving dinner last weekend with all of the relatives, we, too, had a non-traditional dinner yesterday.

Love your thankful list, and there is little better than a husband that cooks. Same situation here!


Great post. Sounds like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and got some well-deserved rest. Love that lamp. I've already forwarded that Bread recipe to my daughter. I can't wait to try it.

kathy olkowski

I have a wooden rocker that is made out of the same rolled fabric rope back & seat. I love it! I need to paint the wood frame. Clever...and I would eat lasagne any day! Ineed to go make me some chocolate bread NOW! Very fun post!


Wonderful randomness and things to be thankful for! It also makes me happy to hear you like your stationery goodies.


What a nice "blessings list." Some of the same items are on my list, especially the husband who cooks. He, too, will randomly cook a turkey dinner with the works, and cook something not so traditional for holidays. Sounds like you have a busy few weeks ahead of you. I hope you're able to find some down time in there and enjoy the holidays.

Maggie Szafranski

Happy Thanksgiving! I got behind on my blog reading with the weekend festivities! We all have so much to be thankful for, and your friendship is one that I am thankful for! The pumpkin pie looks delish!


I am SO coming to your house next year! (Not a fan of turkey, and I love me some lasagna) and Pumpkin Pie from scratch? Anyday of the week...


Sounds like you had a great Thanksgiving -- Lasagna and all LOL! Would you care to panic now with me? I can't believe Thanksgiving is over -- I haven't done one. thing. Christmas related. OUCH!


Sorry - I'm a week late saying "Happy Thanksgiving" where did the week go?!?! Sounds like you had a perfect family Thanksgiving - that's what it's all about. I really like random blogs and the little lamp!

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