Thanksgiving menu included turkey, gravy, roasted Brussels sprouts, roasted root vegetables, sweet potato pone, Italian sausage stuffing, cranberry jelly, cranberry jelly slices from the can (a must in our family), mashed potatoes, Manhattans for my father and me, sparkly cider for my mother and the kids, apple pie and banana cream pie. Sophie continues to have an unprecedented string of days free of seizures.
We are grateful.
Elizabeth, it is so wonderful to hear the news about Sopie. I am so glad. Yo and your family are beautiful. Your parents are gorgeous. Your table is gorgeous. I had a wonderful Thankgiving dinner and your pictures make me hungry all over again. I am grateful I went to a friend's home and did not take leftovers as I would be eating again. Happy Thanksgiving. I wish for Sophie to continue to be seizure-free, for $ to drop from the heavens so you can get the tincture she needs comfortably, for Oliver's home schooling to go well, for Henry to continue on his path of goodness and for you and your husband lightness for all you must contend with. Sweet JoReplyDelete
Everything Jo said.ReplyDelete
What a gift for Sophie and all of you. I so hope this can continue!! A glass (or two) of Knob Creek to start sounds just right. The table looks delicious. The guests too!ReplyDelete
Golly. Y'all not only do it up with the food, you decorate and put on nice clothes and, well, you all look beautiful!ReplyDelete
Sophie- Oh, dear, dear Sophie and may she have strings and strings of good days.
Yum and yea!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures (the one of you and the boys is a treasure). Happy for the seizure free days. Every day is a victory I'd say.ReplyDelete
I was holding my breath through this post and let out a sigh of relief when I read about Sophie. That is something to be truly thankful for!ReplyDelete
Just reading this post, my heart is full of gratitude. May blessings keep flowing to you and your family. HelenReplyDelete
Yummy table, beautiful family, lots to be thankful for. Glad your thanksgiving was sweet!!ReplyDelete
It sounds like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, and the best part is the current state of affairs with Sophie! I do hope it continues!ReplyDelete
I've loved your blog for a long time, though I rarely, if ever, comment. I am just thrilled to read about Sophie. Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
Everything about this post is delicious.ReplyDelete
All lovely, but especially that last sentence!ReplyDelete
Just like everybody else, I'm happy that you had such a feast with your family. And that Sophie's had a few days without seizures.ReplyDelete
i too am grateful and thankful about Sophie, wonderful news!ReplyDelete
How very lovely. Your parents are gorgeous - and I can see the resemblance to them in your family's faces. Your table and menu looked delicious. I'm so very happy about Sophie's status! HUGS to you.ReplyDelete
Love it all! It looks warm and comfortable and tradition-filled.ReplyDelete