Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

Dear Friends,

The table has been set, and the bird is in the oven, so I thought I would stop in
to leave a Happy Thanksgiving message for you all. I know that many of you
are not in the United States, and this holiday may have no meaning for you,
but I hope you will grab a cup of coffee and keep reading today anyway.
This is the time of year when traditionally, we offer up thanks
for all the good in our lives. I would be remiss if I did not thank each and every
one of my friends here in the blogosphere, including those of you that I actually know
in real life, for the support and friendship you give all year long.The past year has been
a trial for me, as you all know. Blogging has taken a back seat to getting a handle on
my life as it is now. I am truly thankful for each and every one of you that have hung
in there with me, especially as sporadically as I show up here.
Now, I must get back to cooking..
I have veggies to roast from the garden..beets, carrots (reg and purple),onions,butternut squash and beets.
The veg platter has been set out for Princess along with some peanut butter/yogurt dip
that is her favorite right now. Hopefully this will keep her happy while watching the
parade and she will let me get my work done. ;-)

Happy Thanksgiving Friends !!
((BIG HUGS)) KateinNJ


Note from Kate...I forgot to hit "publish", so this is late. lol

7 comments:

Freya said...

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! This looks like a wonderful harvest.

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks W.!!

sarah said...

many blessings to you my friend.

Steph said...

Happy Thanksgiving :) How do you make that dip? Sounds right up PBug's alley!

8)(8 said...

Yum. Happy Thanksgiving. Great photo of yourself.

Sara said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Chawksgirl4ever said...

love the picture of you.and those veggies look great.i love veggies!

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