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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving!

Just a quick photo to show I have added 2 more blocks.  This photo was taken under different lights than on previous days.  Thanksgiving dinner went well last night.  The turkey was especially moist and delicious.  We actually sat down very close to the time we had planned.  It isn't easy to get it all to the table at the right temperature and on time.

12 comments:

Gene Black said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Teresa in Music City said...

Indeed, that is a success when you can accomplish that! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!!

Sharron Keck said...

Happy Thanksgiving Wanda!!
Have a relaxing day!

mb-RI said...

Happy Thanksgiving !

Linda Swanekamp said...

Does that mean you get to sew all day? Yes, the hardest thing about cooking Thanksgiving dinner is getting everything done all at the same time. I will do my best today! Going to a quilt retreat tomorrow!

Shan K said...

Happy Thanksgiving to all you Americans from a chilly Canadian. It's about 5 degrees F. here this A.M.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

happy thanksgiving to you - now you have a day to relax - it is always hard to get all the food ready so it is still warm at the same time!

Roxanne said...

I'm in the midst of all that is part of this day but couldn't miss seeing what you posted today. It's looking really good. Happy Thanksgiving!

Kathy said...

Happy Thanksgiving aunt Wanda and a belated Happy Birthday to you! love, Kathy

Kevin the Quilter said...

Glad you enjoyed your Thanksgiving celebration! I am thankful for your blogging friendship! This is going to be yet another great quilt by you!

christine said...

The lighting difference is quite interesting...much cooler. We actually sat down to,our meal 1 minute early. Amazing...and a great meal!

Lostinspace said...

I love your understatement about it not being easy to get it all done at once. For Christmas this year in the UK my daughter is taking over the cooking with a foodie friend but turkey has been banned to de-stress the day!I'm going to wash up.