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Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Happy Thanksgiving

Be Safe in your travels and enjoy the Turkey! Enjoy your time with family and give thanks for the blessings that are bestowed on you.

7 comments:

Peg said...

WOOWEEEEE!! Beautiful!! But T, we got snow!! The whole family, excluding the hubby is ecstatic and dancing an prancing around like excited little kitties!! I love the first snow!! And it stuck, only about 1/4 inch but hey, it was enough to make the street and sidewalks white and the grass is covered!!
Sure warms up a kitchen and a heart and brings back many glorious memories!!

You and Mrs. T and ALL your family have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving!!
See ya next week!!
Take Care,
all my love,
Peg

FatChick said...

Thank you! Happy Thanksgiving to you as well. It's supposed to be a white Thanksgiving for us *shudder*.

Take care,
~ Fat Chick

Carolyn said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and Mrs. Stormcrowe too :D

I hope you get to have at least a little turkey. You can always purge on cabbage soup later, lol!

We have snow swirling around here today but not sticking yet.

sister celtic said...

DITTO BRO AND FAMILY..HEY DO CHECK OUT OUR "THANKSGIVING INCIDENT" ON MY BLOG.. YEAH HOW CUTE IS OUR POOCH I'LL TELL YA..

Tom Stormcrowe said...

Here's hoping you keep the pooch away from the Pork Roast, Sis!
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Now for everyone else, Peg, FFC< Carolyn:
Thanks for the visit and I hope you don't have too white of a THANKSGIVING!::grin::
"I'm dreaming of a white Turkey day........(Sounding like Bing!)

ZinniaSoCA said...

A blindfold and a smoke...hahahahahaha! Wish I'd thought of that!

I want to wish you and yours a happy Thanksgiving!


Heyyyyy... I make that cabbage soup but I put fish in it... mariscos... mixed shrimp, octopus, crab, mussels, clams, and several others... or that fake crab meat shredded up works well, also. No fat or cholesterols or at least very little. A person needs some protein! And remember that your body needs GOOD fat each day so that the body works right... I think it's something like 30% of your calories are supposed to come from fat. Your gall bladder will be making a lot of stones if it doesn't empty forcefully (from fat consumption) at least once a day, I've read.

Hugs!

MuMo

Hugs,

MuMo

Tom said...

I'm interested in hearing how this Thanksgiving is different for you with your new stomach.

Seeya

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