Thanksgiving Day was much easier than usual this year, thanks to some division of labor in the kitchen. The menu included:
- Organic, pre-cooked turkey (yum! and easy)
- Sweet potato and marshmallow casserole
- Mashed potatoes
- Green bean casserole
- Stuffing, stuffing, stuffing
- Kale salad with butternut squash
- Brussels sprouts
- And all the fixins (cranberry sauce, rolls, gravy, etc)
|Try your hand at the twin game: Ted or Paul? ;)|
In addition to delicious food, we got lots of time with Ted's family - playing at the park, several family dinners, and sorting through the storage shed!
|If you think it is easy to get a clear photo of a 3-year old, then you must not know any 3-year olds.|
And of course, what would a family gathering be without a little photo shoot?
|the beautiful Paige|
We were a little sad when the time finally came to leave, but our own pets were very, very happy when we came back home:
And since we needed just a little more Thanksgiving turkey, I roasted a half turkey from a local farm today! These are the kinds of things you do to fill your time when you only work two days a week...
Now all we need is a little cranberry sauce, some mashed potatoes, stuffing...