Thanksgiving 2010

I'm a little late on these, but I still want to share with you how my Thanksgiving went.
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This Thanksgiving was definitely a good one!  We had everyone over to our house this year and had a good time. The season of all the holidays (basically Fall & Winter) are my absolutely FAVORITE. I look forward to it all year. Thank goodness my birthday is in spring or I wouldn't have anything to look forward to! Ha.
 My brother wasn't able to make it home for Thanksgiving but we were able to skype him which was nice!
 We also switched things up this year and did turkey AND ham.
 Dad is always the turkey cutter (as long as its at our house).  Who cuts the turkey in your family?
My aunt handmade this entire cake - icing and all! I can tell you're jealous.
You know, I've never been a fan of green bean casserole.  But from what I hear it's pretty amazing. But I was much more interested in the dish it was sitting in at this's beautiful!
We also had another thing to be thankful for this Aunt Megan is pregnant with her second child! Somehow I was the last to know about this one (everyone knew back in August) but now I know another cousin is one the way I am so giddy! I adore babies and look forward to when I can have my own family (is that creepy? sorry :P).

Anyways, hope you all had a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving!  If you plan on doing a post on how you celebrated the holiday, leave a comment! I definitely want to see.


  1. Oh my... the food looks absolutely scrumptious! These are such pretty photos and they really capture your family's Thanksgiving beautifully. I wish I took photos of ours.

    Oh and I am going to get my inspiration post on you up shortly but before I post, I wanted to see if I could borrow a photo of yours and link back to your blog?

  2. Just looked through your store on Etsy:) I'm going to send my MIL a link to your store, just in case she needs another idea of what I want. I've been trying to strictly buy gifts from Etsy this whole time.

    Oh you're not the only one who doesn't think too fondly of green bean casserole. I can't handle the texture.

  3. The table setting is so adorable! Your photographs of the holiday have this poetic/story telling element to them. A lovely post and documentation of Thanksgiving!


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