Nov 28, 2008

Thanksgiving Highlights

Thanksgiving is still going on this Friday afternoon. We are about to enjoy more turkey and dressing with my in laws. All in all, this has been one of my favorite years to spend with family. Since we have been back in Corpus since May, it was so fun to come home to Victoria for Thanksgiving.

*Wednesday- Went to my mom's house for Thanksgiving and had a blast with my sis and brother's families. Even the star graced us with his presence. He was able to just be a kid and hang out with his cousins. We had great hopes of having dinner at 6pm, but we had so much food to make in one oven, that we ended up reheating and waiting until 8 to eat. The food was great, but the Turducken was not ready until 9pm and so we had that on Thursday.

*Thursday- Went to Edna, Tx and ate with the Mozisek clan. Yummy, yummy, yummy! Those bohemians can cook! We visited for several hours and then went to see Twilight, again. I missed the Cowboys play, but Skip was in an excellent mood when I got home. I wasn't when the Aggies lost:(

*Friday- No shopping for me today. It's weird but I have absolutely no desire to shop this year. I don't think my kids are going to go for no presents, but I really just love hanging out and enjoying every one's company today. We may go see Australia a little later and I'll let you know how I liked it with a review.

I want to end this Thanksgiving post with some really awesome news. My friend Deedee that you prayed for on Wednesday had a very positive outcome from her surgery. You can read her post here. Thank you Jesus for answering our prayers!


Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! God bless!

4 comments:

DeeDee said...

Thanks for your prayers, Susie. And for sharing with your sweet blog buddies. I am doing great and feeling very blessed!

Bethany said...

Edna, huh? And you didn't even call...shame, shame. :) Just giving you a hard time. Glad you had a good time!

Chappyswife said...

So thankful for DeeDee's good results!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING, Susie! :0)

Sandy said...

sounds like a wonderful holiday, susie :)