Friday, November 28, 2008

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving was a pretty quiet day in our little corner of the Garden State.
Princess helped me bake thumbprint cookies and cranberry bread,


We watched the parade and lots of football.
We ate when the turkey was ready.... We watched the Christmas lights come on across the street,
it's a fun tradition for Princess.
Desert was pumpkin pie,cranberry bread and cookies....

The table was set with a lot of vintage tableware


my feet were tired from standing in the kitchen for most of
the day, but my heart was happy. I hope Thanksgiving was similar
for all of you as well.We passed on the Black Friday deals, despite
my sister's attempts to get me out of house at 4am. Thanks to Cousin Bobbi
for filling in for me. ;-)
Instead we slept in, ate all day, snuggled with the cats.

9 comments:

SabrinaT said...

Happy Thanksgiving.. What a beautiful table setting.

zilla said...

Don't look now, but the Rebel Princess is making "pinky-print cookies."

Lovely table, yummy food -- we really should serve the traditional thanksgiving meal once a month...

(I see YOU remembered to have a lemon on hand. How could I have forgotten to pick up a lemon??? My apple pie was a tiny bit sad without the lemon!)

Nina said...

We had a quiet Thanksgiving as well, soup, bread and pumpkin pies. We finished our thankful cards and read them at the table. No Black Friday specials for us but I did go to the Goodwill. Lots of good deals on wonderful items for my family, books (of course), clothes, a set of nearly new wooden bowl and serving bowl, new glassware,and a magnet doll set that kept Cate busy for much of the afternoon.

Nina said...

I forgot, your table looks lovely.

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Cher Mere said...

I love your tablecloth and vintage tableware. I am glad you had a happy thanksgiving.

We skipped Black Friday too.

sarah p said...

I love that beautiful china. I'm glad you had a lovely time.

Wendy Hawksley said...

It is always wonderful to enjoy the family traditions of the holiday season. Sounds like a great way to spend a long weekend!

My Inspired Heart said...

looks like a great thanksgiving! i fully agree with you on black friday, there isn't a sale good enough (even free) to get me out of the bed to go shopping at 4am, LOL!

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