I can't believe it's Thanksgiving Day y'all! It's been an interesting year, to say the least, but there's still so much to be thankful for. So I'm armed with an attitude of gratitude, eager to celebrate God's many blessings with my family.
It's time to set a thankful mood and a decorative table.
Don't forget the decadent desserts! I am GRATEFUL for Clint and his culinary skills! You can bake anytime you want honey!
Thank you Georgians! Bless your pecan picking hearts! Georgia is the largest pecan producing state.
The granddaddy of all Thanksgiving desserts... the divinely, decadent pumpkin cheesecake. This ain't your grandma's pumpkin pie y'all! Heavenly shades of pumpkin calling...out of the oven your voice is calling...together at last at thanksgiving time.
Grateful for game time shenanigans with grandson.
Grateful for you. Happy Thanksgiving from our hearts and home to you and yours!
It's hard to believe Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Where does the time go?
This year I wanted to add some fall flair to the front door to welcome in the fall season.
My daughter Linn made me a basic grapevine wreath to work with. I layered colorful chrysanthemums, fall leaves, pine cones, and various fruits, with my favorite pilgrim boy that my mother-in-law gave me many years ago.
Tom Turkey is here to help make our dining experience extra festive. He was also given to me by my mother-in-law. He was her jive turkey before he became mine. ;o)
I don't want to leave out the Thanksgiving Pilgrims that my mom gave me.
Linn also made me a new set of white, rustic, wooden pumpkins.
A fall-hued bouquet.
Ceramic, metallic pumpkins on display at the coffee bar.
Syd's DIY thankful jar, reminding us to be thankful for God's many, many blessings.
Last but certainly not least, my custom designed blue pumpkins that Clint painted for me. They match his custom designed wooden art piece that he made above the fireplace.
Thankful, grateful and blessed.
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