Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!! I know that ours will be a busy one, and we have an awful lot to be thankful for.
This is the first of a few thanksgiving dinners we will be attending. Jeanie and Grandma Hess stayed up half the night cooking for everyone. Doesn’t that turkey look good…
This is what your front lawn will look like when you have six children who all grow up and have families of their own, and you invite them all to your house for Thanksgiving. And there were more cars to come and go throughout the day.
Thanksgiving #2. After lunch we went up to Grandma Reber’s house for dinner. I’m trying to make this photo around the table and annual thing. I get some resistance, but I think it is worth it in the end.
As you can see, there’s no shortage on good food at this stop either.
I can tell you on days like today, I am so thankful that I have an 80-something grandma who can still prepare a big meal like this. I am so blessed to have such a healthy grandma that loves us and means so much to me.