Do you remember as a kid the amount of time you’d just sit around, moaning about how bored you were, or how you couldn’t wait to be grown up?
Now that I’m all grown up I moan about never having enough time to do everything that needs to be done. The long, leisurely summer days of my childhood have long given way to to-do lists
How is it possible for time to have whizzed by to the point where it’s Thanksgiving? Any chance someone made a mistake? Had their calendar been turned to the wrong month??
I often think that it would be better for Canadians to hav
Have you given any thought to how you’r
If you’d like something fragrant, try Aromatique's candle
For a bit of fun add our custom Hell’s Kitchen (my son’s favourite cooking show) tea towels.
This year I'm not too worried about surviving Thanksgiving because (thankfully) I'm not hosting dinner. My personal survival tips:
- thaw your turkey a few days in advance (my sister learned this the hard way)
- do as much prep as you can the night before (chopping vegetables, etc)
- get everyone to bring a side dish (if there are different cultures present then bring a cultural dish)
- if things get tense at any point (just in case), relax and take hope in the fact that dinner is temporary...everyone is going to leave very soon!
This year I’m grateful for my family, my health, my life in general, and the fact that I’m not hosting Thanksgiving dinner!
Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours.
Post a Comment