Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Happy Turkey Day Everyone!

Hope ya get to have family and friends around you and you eat til your heart (or stomach) is content!

I'm headed to Rancho Cucamonga to my (second to the youngest) brother's place.  Then whatever family members don't have somewhere else to be (about 6-7 of us) then we'll go to his girlfriend's family and celebrate there.  My bro wanted us esp., our Mom to meet his girlfriend's parents and family.  SOoooo, does this mean there are wedding bells in his future?  I get kinda nervous about meeting so many new people at one time at their house.  But I will just deal with it.  Since Mom and I aren't cooking the dinner like we originally planned, then we can sit and catch up on things.  I'm making candied yams with walnuts tonight since my bro asked me to "pleeeease" bring them.  Maybe I'll go visit my sis and her family at her in-laws for dessert since she'll just be across town.

I was planning to take Friday off for the first time ever since opening the shop but decided whatever $ I make on that day I get to spend on gifts, so there, Black Friday.  I'll make money instead of spend it.

Don't forget before delving into that pumpkin pie to give thanks! 
Be Good, Be Well, Be Happy!


Kris said...

Hi Annie! Have a wonderful day tomorrow, and I hope you have the whole weekend off to do just as you please!!!


DaCraftyLady said...

Hope you had a wonderful day... :)

Josie said...

Hiya Annie! Just catching up with, your daughter moved to Austin. I hope you're adjusting to that and planning to see her soon. Big hug to you...our kids grow up and leave us but it's all good :)

Nice to see you hanging out on that beautiful lake. A couple summers ago we went to Piru lake and I felt the same way. Nature has a way of recharging your batteries.

There's so much to be thankful for - pumpkin pie being one of those things! I'm still in a food coma from Thanksgiving and still craving pie. You're so cute and svelte in your photos! How do you stay so slim?!

Blogging has become a lower priority for me lately. I'm spending tons of time with family and friends and doing lots of crochet and knitting. Loving every minute.

Be well my friend :) xJosie

Linda said...

I hope you had a great T-giving day, Annie. I know what you mean about meeting new people. We went to our daughter & her boyfriend's and met his family, so it wasn't quite like "normal" Thankgivings, but it was fun, and it was nice to eat someone else's food for a change! ;)