We have had a wonderful Thanksgiving! It started Tuesday with Luke’s Thanksgiving Program and Feast at preschool. It was just precious and Luke actually sang! The only bummer was that the camcorder flaked out half way through and I didn’t get all of his songs recorded. L
Every other two year old had on turkey feathers except for Luke. He refused! The 2 year olds did the Chicken Dance and looked adorable shaking their turkey feathers.
We headed to Florida on Wednesday to Dan’s parent’s house. His sister and her family were already there and the kiddos had a great time with their cousins!
They all giggled and played from sun up to way past sun down every day that we were there.
Dan’s two brothers and their families joined us all on Thanksgiving and we all enjoyed a yummy lunch.
There was a wee bit of Black Friday shopping and leftovers on Friday and then the trip back Saturday.
We read updates of the Florida/Florida State game on Dan’s phone the whole way home. It was Tim Tebow’s last regular season game.
Since my mother is already rolling her eyes that I mentioned Tim Tebow’s name again… I might as well say- Go Gators on Saturday! My parents are going to the SEC Championship game and Dan is a smidge jealous. J
I have officially baked my Crunchy Caramel Apple pie 7 times this season! That’s crazy! I baked one for D3’s teacher, L’s 2 teachers, one at my parent’s early Thanksgiving, 2 for actual Thanksgiving, and then one tonight for our Hanging of the Greens at church. I love the pie, but I think I’m retired from this pie until next year.
We had two great services today to help us center ourselves on Christ’s birth during this Christmas time. I love the season of Advent and the anticipation of Christmas. It is the best time of the year!