Saturday, November 28, 2020

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The roasting pan is still soaking on the counter.  Really, it wouldn't have been hard to clean but it was easy to just put some water in it and say it can wait till morning.  I just now put the china back up but the turkey platter still needs to be put away.  One thing at a time today!  

We had our laughs during our meal.  We laughed at the boy who finally ate turkey and tried pumpkin pie for the first time.   Turkey is ok but the pie was not.  I admit the pie was store bought and I hope to get him to try it again when I make one myself.   I'm glad I made rice krispie treats!  

The beautiful girl tried it though and loved it.  She is a good eater and we love that.

I think the best treat for them was the Coke we let them have..they were so excited!    

I'm beginning to realize that my story about Pop going out in the woods and killing the turkey may not be working anymore.  The boy knew better and this year the girl was looking at me like she was beginning to realize that I told stories.  Oh well, it was fun while it lasted.  


How's it going in your neck of the woods?



The Lighthouse (Five Island Cove Book 1)



Where Can I Flee (Ancient Words Series Book 1) 




An Agent for Jessica 



Spend Less, Enjoy Christmas More: Have a Fun, Family Christmas Without Spending a Fortune (Spend Less, Enjoy Life More Book 1





Your Simplest Life: 15 Unconventional Time Management Shortcuts – Productivity Tips and Goal-Setting Tricks So You Can Find Time to Live 



Love Came Down At Christmas: A Fancy Amish Smicksburg Tale



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12 comments:

  1. That roasting pan is the worst part of Thanksgiving in my opinion. This year we had a duh moment when we realized it fits on the dishwasher. It came out so nice and clean and no one had to dot eh yucky greasy job of handwashing it. Our middle son will usually wash it for me but he was far away in Ohio with a new baby.

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    1. It certainly is not funny cleaning that pan. Oh a new baby..oh how wonderful.

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  2. Sounds like a lovely holiday, Vickie. I leave my removeable crock pot in the sink to soak overnight. It's so easy to clean the next morning that way.

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    1. Your right..it was a snap to clean just now. Kitchen is clean again yeah..now for Turkey sandwiches!

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  3. We didn't even have turkey this year. We still had the usual sides, though. I've got a question for you. Are the Meijer's around you limiting how many of some food items you can buy? This just started at our's this past week. Ann

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    1. Ann I have stayed out of the stores for a little while. Husband did go to aldis and they were limiting tp and that was it.. about a week ago. I bought the turkey at Meijer a couple of weeks ago so they may be by now.
      Man that doesn't sound good.

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  4. What a cutie with the turkey leg!
    Glad the grandboy likes turkey too.
    Too funny about Pop getting the turkey, well I guess he hunted it out of the store freezer? Enjoy those leftovers.

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    1. So funny pop hunted in the ad and grandma picked up the kill. LOL. Leftovers are the best!

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  5. I'm glad that your grandson discovered he likes turkey! It's so hard to get kids to try new foods. I did get my great grandson to eat one green bean--LOL! BTW, I did lean something from checking the books you posted. I did not know that Liz Isaacson had 2 other pen names. Not sure which of the 3 is her real name, though--or maybe none of them!

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    1. Oh my goodness ..I'm reading your comment and going what. I never connected all that..funny how I always just smile at her picture. Now this isn't really listed as Christian fiction the more I look..I just read Faith and assumed. I know it's clean and good of course. Aww that will teach me..maybe she writes more of a cozy under Jessie Newton. So interesting!

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  6. I forgot to tell you that I loved your coney chili recipe. My family liked it too but my son said it needed more spice...he like very hot foods so I'll add more chili powder when he's going to eat it with us.

    Your story...hilarious! It's the perfect grandma thing to do. I need to come up with some stories to tell. ;)

    I spent yesterday using my shop vac. My drains clogged as I was washing laundry & backed up in the laundry room, kitchen & main bathroom....I didn't realize until I heard water running out the sink in the bathroom. Chaos. Thankfully Charlie was home but we worked all day clearing the line & cleaning up the mess.

    Today I took down fall & started on Christmas...a day behind. I'd planned to do that yesterday. I hope to finish the clean up from that tomorrow.

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    1. I'm glad you loved it! I love how you did something different for Thanksgiving too..it's neat that you thought outside the box.
      I'm working on Christmas too. A little at a time and it will get done.
      Sorry about your plumbing but so glad you had help.

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