Saturday, November 30, 2019

Thanksgiving Day Recap

'Tis time to post the Thanksgiving Day pictures before the calendar rolls over to December 1st tomorrow.

The days leading up to Thanksgiving were unseasonably warm in southeastern Michigan [mid 40's] so my hubby took advantage of the mild temperatures and put the decorations up on the outside of our house.  [The indoor decorations will have to wait a bit longer.]

Daughter-in-law Sharon had two of her three Christmas trees up for Thanksgiving Day, as well as other Christmas decorations.  It definitely put us in a festive mood.

~ Cute Thanksgiving chair covers. ~

Granddaughter Tiffany and her family joined us for a couple of hours before going over to her in-laws.  We haven't seen them in a few months, so it was a real treat.  Below is a picture of my great-granddaughter, Evie [Evelyn Rose].  I know I'm prejudiced, but isn't she sweet!

 Below is her little sister, Juliette Grace - almost eight months old.

Tiffany with her two little girls.

I gave them their Christmas presents early because John is the worship pastor at their church and they have a Christmas Eve candlelight service where he has to lead music, so they won't be at our Christmas Eve family gathering.

You may remember me mentioning that I gave them all red buffalo check nightwear with matching slippers.  My hubby even found matching wrapping paper.

~ Sharon, Steve, Brooke and Brianna ~

Jeremy and his family joined us later in the day.  They began their day with Samantha's family.  We enjoyed seeing pictures of their recent Mediterranean cruise on the big screen TV.  Unfortunately, I didn't get any pictures of their family.  Brianna, Brooke, and Izzy dashed off to Target to see what pre-Black Friday sales they could find.

No pictures of Lori and Dave either as they spent the holiday with Dave's side of the family.

After Jerry and I left [we were party poopers since I had to work on Friday] they all went to the 10:00 p.m. showing of Frozen 2.

It was a wonderful Thanksgiving, and I'm very aware of how much I have to be thankful for.  

Now I'm off to watch the Hallmark movie, Christmas in Rome.  ;-)

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