Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!



I'm thankful for my family and the fabulous food we'll be eating all day.

I hope you all will have a wonderful and thankful day too.

*HAPPY THANKSGIVING*

11 comments:

Mike Brinkerhoff said...

Righ Back To You, Heidi!!

Stephanie said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you. Enjoy.

Lisa said...

Love those pictures you shared, especially the second one.

Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy your feast!

Amy J. said...

Where is that cute American Indian print from...as soon as I saw it, it totally brought back memories from when I was super little! Happy thanksgiving!

Melanee said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Thanks for getting to know me (a little bit I guess) through this blog! Take care and I wish you the best in your upcoming move and change of life. I will be thinking of you this holiday season and my thoughts are with you guys! Happy Holidays!!!

Jeanette said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Georgia Pudding turned out delicious. I doubled the recipe. I think it was in too small of a casserole dish because it ran over the sides, but it tasted delicious. My aunt and grandfather both said they have the same recipe. My aunt adds nutmeg and cinnamon and my grandfather says you can use carrots instead of sweet potatoes at different times of the year. It was a huge hit and everyone preferred it to the marshmallow kind. I think maybe this dish got me moved off of the usual rolls assignment! Thank goodness. Four years is a long time.

I hope your Thanksgiving break is wonderful. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

David said...

happy thanksgiving!

Terri said...

I hope you had a great holiday with your family!

dani said...

happy belated thanksgiving, heidi:) i hope your day and holiday weekend was all you anticipated it would be!!!
much love,
dani xxxx

LKP said...

I had caught that about Jeff. So where's he staying during the week then? When does he want to come hang out? He is ALWAYS welcome here! Seth & I did the long distance family thing for a while too when he was out on the oil fields in Wyoming. It blessed us, but stressed us as well. Financially all was good, but it was rough to not be one family in one place. So, I know how it feels. Let me know (email of CALL even) when you need someone to talk to. Hope your weekend's awesome. This Bethlehem night should be awesome. I'm getting more & more excited about it. =)

libbie said...

i am SO impressed by all your thanksgiving prep/cooking! I should take some lessons from you :)