Wednesday, November 23, 2011

ready and thankful

The cranberry sauce is cooked and is getting happy in the fridge
The turkey is awaiting its moment of glory
The platters are ready to be filled
The apples are sliced and the sauce is perfect
The table is all set
We've been getting the house cleaned and the food's been a busy day....
Well, for most of us....(you just can't get good work out of some folks)

We're ready for our Thanksgiving's one of my favorite holidays.
It's been a week full of mixed blessings...some testing and much grace. I'm ever thankful for His grace - for my Heavenly Father's unconditional love.  I'm thankful that my Hope is in Him.  I pray that your Thanksgiving day is full of blessings and wonderful times with family and friends.  That each day is a celebration of thanks!  I'll be back after the feasting with some fun, festive ideas....Happy Thanksgiving friends!


notes of sincerity said...

Everything looks just lovely! What delicious and beautiful preparations you are making! :o) And I too echo your words of grace. What a special Heavenly Father.
Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Sincerely, Trish

Stephanie said...

I've never had homemade cranberry sauce, it's the one thing that was not made from scratch on Thanksgiving in my family, for some odd reason. Maybe next year (little late for this year) I'll make the cranberry sauce!!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your's!!!

Kristyn Knits said...

that you even have time to post is amazing to me!
I've unplugged. travel was safe and family is good.
SO thankful for YOU!!
miss you!!

Tracy said...

It all looks sooo good, Lisa... Wishing you & yours a very happy & blessed Thanksgiving :o) ((HUGS))

wayside wanderer said...

Ah, the joys of home and celebrating traditions. That is one cute doggie! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours,

~ The Jolly Bee ~ said...

It sounds like you were cooking for a crowd -- and then I saw the table. Yup. A crowd. I hope it all went off without a hitch.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely post. The preparations are as much Thanksgiving as the actual meal. I hope you had a wonderful time, and I wish you continued courage and faith during testing times. (Did I tell you that I keep going back to your post about focusing? So helpful!)

Sigrun said...

Our Thanksgiving was early in October, so now we're looking forward to our Christmas dinner. I love following your preparations, since my tech difficulties are better.

Gloria said...

It looks like you had a beautiful and wonderful Thanksgiving. The cranberry sauce looks very yummy!

Your pooch is saying,,,"don't hate me because I am beautiful!" She is too pretty to work! :)