Happy Thanksgiving Eve! in Day by Day

  • Nov. 22, 2017, 10:30 p.m.
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I probably won’t have many moments to get online tomorrow, so I’ll take time now to wish you all a happy Thanksgiving Day if you are celebrating. I won’t be stressed tomorrow. Most of my work is done, except for the turkey, stuffing, and gravy and getting everything else on the table. Others are bringing side dishes and dessert. I made the cranberry sauce and butter pats in the shape of turkeys and fall leaves. For now, the house is clean and the table is ready!

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The saga of the tombstone has been settled, so all is well with that little drama that shouldn’t have been.

WildflowerHeart November 23, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving to you too!

Wranglingal November 23, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy your family!

GypsyWynd November 23, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
So what was verdict on the headstone?

Ragdolls November 23, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving!

ConnieK Ragdolls ⋅ November 23, 2017

And to you. I just wish you had one entry where I could leave a note.

a mote, floating November 23, 2017

Glad the saga is settled. One more thing to be thankful for.
Happy Thanksgiving!

ConnieK a mote, floating ⋅ November 23, 2017

I hope your holiday was good, as well. :)

Chic Chat November 24, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you all enjoyed yourselves.

ConnieK Chic Chat ⋅ November 24, 2017

It was a busy day but not too exhausting. Hope your holiday was good, too.

QueenSuzu November 25, 2017

The table looks beautiful and I am quite impressed with the butter pats, so creative! Hope you had a wonderful day and you must tell us how the tombstone saga was resolved.

ConnieK QueenSuzu ⋅ November 25, 2017

Thanks. The butter pats are easy. I just put softened butter in candy molds, stick them in the freezer and pop them out on a plate. I just keep filling and popping and refilling until I have enough.

Ferret Mom November 29, 2017

I'm getting caught up on Prosebox. I'm going to read more of your back entries later today.

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