Posted on November 28, 2014 by gardeninacity
Category: Seasons Tags: Thanksgiving
Looks like you had a joyful day! Happy Thanksgiving!
The pies look lovely. 😊 happy thanksgiving.
Same to you! I had pumpkin pie for breakfast.
Hahaha. I had apple. 😃
Happy Thanksgiving Jason. Dessert looks good!
Thanks! It was!
Happy Thanksgiving Jason and to your family too. I like the olive design on the tablecloth did you buy it in France last year?
Thanks! Judy doesn’t actually remember where the tablecloth comes from, she says she ordered it online somewhere.
Looks like a wonderful celebration. I’m guessing you mentioned a sincere thank you for all of your indoor and outdoor plants and bulbs? 🙂
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Lovely pictures. As a Canadian, I always felt that Thanksgiving is an even bigger celebration than Christmas for Americans. Is it the case?
I think that really depends on the family. Thanksgiving can be less stressful than Christmas because you don’t have to worry about gift giving. For the last few years, our family takes a trip together for Christmas instead of giving gifts.
Happy Thanksgiving. Look at that cute little budding gardener!
He actually belongs to friends of our older son.
Thanks for sharing your warm family time with us. Happy Day After. Mmmm…pie for breakfast: so much better on an empty stomach.
Leftover stuffing is good also.
Same to you!
Happy belated T-day to you too! We also had pie for breakfast – it was great! 🙂
Hard to beat pie for breakfast. Left over stuffing is good also.
Looks good! Thanksgiving is quickly becoming my favorite holiday. I’m glad you had a happy one with the family. 🙂
Thank you! Enjoy the weekend!
Looks like you and your family had a good Thanksgiving Day. Happy belated Thanksgiving.
That looks like a lovely evening. Happy thanksgiving to you and your family!
We both certainly have much to be thankful for! Tim and I were in Charleston with Daniel and Cori for the holiday and managed to eat a sweet potato pie and a pecan pie.
Thank you for sharing your delightful time with your family. Thanksgiving is such a special holiday…all that food and family too.
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