What a great day it was to be inside, cooking up a Thanksgiving feast!
It snowed most of the day and the wind was pretty strong too. Thankfully, my uncle Russell got up early and beat the storm here (it's a 6 hour drive for him one-way).
I took this picture of the combine "hiding" in the quonset this morning.
My uncle's car is at the end of the line there. Hopefully the roads will be good tomorrow, as he needs to get back for work.
We had our Thanksgiving meal at suppertime. My mom bought this 20 lb turkey and it is quite a unique bird, having 2 necks! :)
Getting ready to dig in.....somebody was very eager to do so as you can see...
Yes, we had a very traditional meal with turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce and sweet potato dish, 2 kinds of stuffing, and lots of pie of course. Yummy!!
I am so grateful for so many things....for the gift of salvation; for the freedoms we do still enjoy in this Country; for living in the country; for good food to eat and a warm home to be sheltered by... For family and friends to love and to encouarge and be encouarged by.... For Blogger. :) For God keeping Kimber and Linda H. safe when their house burned down this morning....
What are you especially grateful for today?