Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Thankfulness and yummy eats...otherwise known as Thanksgiving ramblings

Two days until turkey day and the cooking has begun. The cornbread dressing and shoepeg corn are waiting patiently in the fridge for their turn in the oven on Thursday. I'll make the Bananas Foster cake with rum sauce and cream cheese frosting tomorrow. Thursday I'll just have to cook the turkey and saute the green beans with garlic and roasted pecans. Everything else was delegated and will show up hot and fresh on my doorstep. I love that!

What's on your menu this Thanksgiving? Whatever it is, I pray you'll be enjoying it with family and friends. Whether your family consists of two people or 22 people, fill each moment with as much love and as many memories as possible. Take time to give thanks. Maybe things in your life aren't what you'd like them to be right now, but there are always things to be thankful for...sometimes you just have to dig a little deeper to find them.

I will praise God’s name in song and glorify him with thanksgiving. Psalm 69:30

Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.
Psalm 100:4


  1. This year, I decided it's time to grow up (I am 40 after all) and stop making Stove Top for Thanksgiving. Looking forward to regular homemade dressing, green bean casserole, etc. and Derby Pie for dessert!

  2. We are singing the same song sister! Thankfulness makes everything better! We just have to stop and remember!

  3. I am brining my first turkey this year. I also making the stuffing, gravy and cranberry chutney. Everything else is coming with the guests. =) I am so excited for Thanksgiving!

  4. Boy I needed that! Happy Thanksgiving. Lisa~


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