The festivities are about to begin. There will be some SERIOUS food indulgences… Weight Watchers will take a back seat in my eating today, then back on the plan tomorrow. There will also be lots of laughter, visiting, busy children and catching up with siblings. Thanksgiving at my Mom’s & Dad’s house will be absolutely CRAZY! That’s because by the time all 5 of us children plus spouses, plus our children, plus grandchildren (and often a few non-family members added into the mix) get there we will have close to 30 people crammed into her house trying to get a reasonable serving of her homemade dressing before it is gone.
There will be tons of other food, but I’ll probably skip dessert for the most part and get 2nds on dressing if there is any left. All this is written to tell you, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
And much in keeping with the traditions we were taught about the first Thanksgiving, DH killed a nice deer this morning. It won’t make it to the feast, but it will go into the freezer and I will be very thankful for it all year long!
I apologize for my great absence from the blog and also inform you that there won’t be much blogging between now and the new year. Life is busy! I am sure we can ALL use that excuse right now. Yes, I have things to blog about but difficulty
finding making time to do it. Please bear with me!
The new laptop has a learning curve getting things set up where it is convenient to do the things I did so quickly on the old one… but I am slowly getting there. There is an unbelievable difference in XP and Windows 7… I am SOOOO glad I opted NOT to get W8!! That would be so beyond me at this point since the only thing I know about “smart” phone-type browsing is I don’t have a smart phone, and I don’t want one. And then there is this thing where the cursor just jumps to places I don’t want it to go while I am in the midst of typing… anyone out there got a fix for THAT? It is seriously causing me angst! I guess you can’t (easily) teach an old(er) dog new (computer) tricks!
Enough dribble…. I’m off to eat, visit, and watch football. I wish you and yours a wonderful day of counting blessings.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, Y’ALL!!