Another Thanksgiving has came & gone here on Old Crow Farm. For the first time in 43 years I didn’t fix the traditional Thanksgiving meal. It seemed so strange not to have turkey (We opted for a spiral ham which my crew eats much better than turkey. It was even eaten the night before with our son Seth & his wife Codi.) but I’m thrilled not to be throwing out turkey this morning. Even though I didn’t bake a turkey, we still had one Thanksgiving day…..We ate with my Mom and three of my sisters and their family. We had a wonderful day and spent as much time laughing as we did eating. Okay, that’s probably a lie. We ate a lot!!!!
Now that we have one holiday behind us, it’s time to move on to the next…..Christmas! Apparently the weatherman has decided it’s time to let the Thanksgiving season go too as cold weather is in the forecast. The perfect time to start a fire in the fireplace, remove all the Fall decorations and replace them with our Christmas things.
Before I do that though, I wanted to take you on our walk through our little cabin all decorated for the Fall season. Are you ready? Grab your coat & a hot drink as it’s getting chilly out there.
Okay, let’s walk through the front door. How do you like my chair? It’s the perfect place to curl up with a good book or your favorite stitching project. And that second chair with little foot stool is just perfect to invite a friend to stitch or hook with you.
No matter what we do, I’m sure we’ll have a good time. I mean, how can you help but have fun when your with a good friend?
Okay, it’s time to drag out the Christmas decorations. Grab your coat and let’s go back to the ‘big house’. Your welcome to stay but if you do have to run (I know…We’re both a little late for all the Black Friday specials!) I understand you can can come back any ole time you want.
I hope you’ve had a Blessed Thanksgiving and have had a lot to be thankful for. Heck, just have you as a friend is Blessings enough for me. Hugs, Sher