Thursday, November 26, 2015


I just kept the pumpkins I used for Halloween out and just added these Pilgrims along with a couple of Fall Angels. 
My niece has to work today therefore we are having Thanksgiving dinner a couple of hours early so she does not have to rush to get to work. 
I have the Turkey breast in the oven, the dressing and sweet potatoes will come out of the frig next to warm up a little before popping in the oven. I made a Banana Pudding yesterday and Puppy made Homemade Cookies and Cream ( we ate a little last night and it is a winner) Later this morning I will cook the green beans, gravy, rice and rolls. Pull the cranberry sauce out and slice the butter to put on the table. 
My BIL is smoking a pork loin and a venison tenderloin for us to eat later if we are hungry. 
The Kitty Justice is that You and Yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day and BE SURE TO GIVE THANKS.


Small City Scenes said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and and your family, Dianne. We all have a lot to be thankful for.

DUTA said...

Your food for Thanksgiving makes my mouth water.
Enjoy those delicious dishes ,and as you say " be sure to give thanks"!

Lady Di Tn said...

I agree. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. Peace

Thank you and all who came enjoyed the meal and all were in the clean plate club. We are very thankful for all of God's Blessings. Peace

Changes in the wind said...

Hope you have a blessed day:)

Jackie said...

What a delicious meal you had!
Makes me happy to see that you are blessed.
We counted our blessings and praised Him for each and every one.
Sending you hugs from South Georgia.

Lady Di Tn said...

I hope your day was a wonderful one too. Peace

Thanks for the hugs and comments. When Maggie and I go for her first outing each day I give my thanks for the new day. My dear Mother always looked for the Blessing in each day. The holiday times make those empty chairs more apparent. Peace be with you. My best friend lives in Macon and I cannot wait for her Christmas visit. That is when Christmas begins on the hill. My son use to think Santa was a 4 ft. 10 inch lady from Ga. when he was small.