Hi All Season Bloggers,
LOVELY , INTERESTING, AND BEAUTIFUL experiences last week – thank you all!
The link is open this week from Sunday Nov.ember 19 through Wednesday
Nov.ember 22 till 7pm, Pacific time.
Turkeys we expect in thankfulness in the US (Nov. 23 ) – always on a Thursday.
Today last year Nov. 19 was my Open House showing my paintings and the first large one. Feel now much more equipped to do the big ones, now I finished the 10 x 17 feet one in October.
“Something” is still missing ( … may not be about the large canvas, but some other paintings), so am postponing on giving another Open House in the Spring, to show the latter biggest one.
HOW do YOU celebrate a holiday (like thanksgiving Christmas, New Year, etc.)?
There’s a wide variety in the way we celebrate these significant days. For some, fun means an elaborate meal taking center’s stage. For others trying out something new. Again others may take a trip, living on sandwiches and potato chips.
Hubby and will go to our daughter for the turkey meal. Don’t know yet about the rest of the day:)
Doubt you eat this coming week in a royal palace
(of China -the Forbidden City), but this is the
dining room there. Probably not turkey, but duck!
Two Europeans first time of pumpkin pie … what does it taste like …
Speculoos …uh gingerbread?
But a time away or outside maybe more important to you:)
Your turn, to tell how you would like to spend a holiday:)
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10 Comments Add yours
I am pretty sure we will be outside. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
Wish, I could be visit your open home/atelier!
We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Germany and we haven’t big family, we both celebrate holidays with some rituals, Christians (my love is a graduate theologican) or selfmade…
Today I make a yummy pumpkin soup, we like pumpkins.
Have a good week and a happy holiday
Since we have no family nearby, we are so happy when they visit. Thanksgiving is the occasion for MaryLou’s brother and his daughter to spend a couple of days with us. He will enjoy the turkey dressing made directly from a recipe hand-written by their mother so many years ago. Thanks so much for hosting, Jesh, and Happy Thanksgiving!.
I’m getting together with friends for Thanksgiving. Sandi and I are both retired and don’t want to cook a big meal. Her daughter has to work Thanksgiving and will join us late for a visit to a local restaurant. Good food and we don’t do the dishes.
The weather is getting quite hot here in Melbourne, Jesh, so off to the beaches for the holidays!
Happy Thanksgiving! We don’t celebrate it here, but of course we have Black Friday 🙂
Thank you for hosting.
PS: And thank you for hosting, Jesh!
Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate it, and to those who don’t, take a few minutes to reflect on all those things in your life you should ve thankful for – and then give due thanks!
Happy thanksgiving. I’ve always thought this was a lovely tradition that your country has. Enjoy.