Wednesday, November 23, 2011

In the Queue Wednesday

I imagine that many of us have similar short-term queues right now! ;)

We're far from family, but having a handful of friends over for a traditional meal. This year Ana is helping me prepare the food. It will be the first time she's helped me cook, the fourth time she's spent the holiday with us and our last Thanksgiving together. Next spring she'll finish school and return home to Mexico, most likely for good. We're really going to miss her...

What are you doing for Thanksgiving this year?

I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday! :)

PS - Christie has a review up on her blog, fabricshopperonline, of The Original "How Much Fabric?" Reference Cards - plus, a set will be included in her charity raffle on Black Friday. Stop by and check it out! :)


mamafitz said...

everyone is coming to my house (my brother and his family, his in-laws, and my mom). i'm making everything except the turkey and the pies. my oven is a wall oven and is smaller than normal, so the larger turkeys don't fit. my mom lives just a mile away, so she does the turkey, and then we bring it over here to rest before carving. it actually works out very well.

i love thanksgiving, and then sunday advent starts! (my favorite)

marysews said...

We are taking a pumpkin pie and a pumpkin pudding to our friends' house as our contribution to dinner.

Anonymous said...

I am an American living in Canada. In years past we had my husbands family over for a big American-style food fest but this year, it will just be the two of us tomorrow night. Our work schedules don't always let us celebrate on the Thursday. Canada celebrates Thanksgiving the first Monday in October. It really isn't quite as big here as it is in the States.

Linda T