Lot's to eat and good company.
We celebrated a day of thanksgiving in this country. This is a day where most people gather together with their families to give thanks for the blessings that have been bestowed on them. This usually includes a large meal and in most cases the meal is set out around a large roast turkey.
As we did last year, my mother-in-law and I drove out to Midwest City to be with Carrie and her family. As most folks who follow this blog know Carrie is my niece, by marriage. She is also my mother-in-law's granddaughter. Again, the day was spent at Carrie's in-law's house. Mike and Barbara Carpenter have been very gracious in including us in their family activities this past year.
The meal was fantastic, with both turkey and smoked ham plus all the trimmings. There was nine of us at the table. In addition to Mike and Barbara, Carrie and John and their son, JJ, we also were joined by John's sister, Kathy, and her two sons. After this great meal we all adjourned out to the patio to enjoy the great weather we've been experiencing. The temps today were up around 75 degrees with a very light breeze.
Here are three of my favorite people: Carrie and her son JJ and my mother-in-law, Mardell Priolo. This was soon after we all arrived and before we sat down to eat.
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