"But now, on Thanksgiving, we still have the November
sun, and the clear deep blue of the sky, and the white glory
of the stars, and the loving-kindness of friends, just as our
forefathers had. If only we can preserve the real things--
the love of man and woman, the peace of an evening by the
fire, the sweetness of music, and the gay sound of children's
voices--we shall not have to hear the sound of the world
disintegrating into chaos."
~Gladys Taber, The Book of Stillmeadow
The turkey is in the oven, the rolls are rising and the pies are made. Next, I'll peel the potatoes and put together the garden salad and fix some green beans. Daughter is making the dressing at house and will bring it. Son came in last night and he will get to carve the turkey for me when it is done and cooled down.
The rest of this post is a repeat from last year. I need to get those potatoes peeled!
This Thanksgiving finds me thankful for so many things....I would have a very lengthy blog post if I tried to list them all. As always, I am thankful for all my blogging friends. I am wishing each one of you a very happy Thanksgiving Day and weekend! And to those who live outside of the USA, I wish you a happy day and weekend ahead.