Wordless Wednesday | A Day of Thanks

We just had Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. It was simply wonderful coming together as a family, and cherishing all that we have and are thankful for.
Great company, delicious food, fine wine – and of course, two kinds of pie. And, I’m still wearing my stretchy pants…ouch!


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  1. Sounds like you had a wonderful celebration. Can’t believe ours will be here in a month. Where does the time go?

  2. Happy Belated! I know exactly how you feel….loved gathering with the family this weekend celebrating all that we have been blessed with and are thankful for!

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  4. I always look forward to Thanksgiving. A day to remember the old and bring in the new. Family and Friends gather together for fun times. Our isn’t til the last of November. I am already planning to have a great time with family and friends.

  5. The only thing that caught my eye in the picture was the wine…can you tell I love wine? I also wanted to answer your question from my blog about where I shop for my girls clothes…mostly Target, but for unique things, at a little boutique called Doodles ( in Houston. I just get really creative with our Target clothes…like buy 3-6 month dresses on sale and then pair them with leggings. Good to hear from you and thanks for the comments!

  6. I am with you on those stretchy pants. I so overate this Thanksgiving,lol. Salads for me for the rest of the week.

  7. Happy belated Thanksgiving. Sounds like you had a wonderful day, mindful of the things that are important. Thanks for linkin up for WW!

  8. Looks like a fantastic feast! Thanksgiving here in the US is probably my favorite holiday – food and football! 🙂

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

  9. It looks wonderful! I’m glad you enjoyed it. I can’t wait for our Thanksgiving here!

  10. Can’t wait for Thanksgiving to come! (in the U.S.A.) But I really try to find something everyday to be thankful for…right now, it’s the simple fact that I have so much to go through after moving into an apartment…there’s SO many people in the recession that would love to have my boxes to go through.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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