Sunday, November 29, 2009

Project 365 Week 28

If you remember, I got sick last Sunday evening.
I didn't take photos while I was not feeling well.
So this week starts on Wednesday, when I was feeling better!

Wednesday, November 25
Our drive to Oklahoma for Thanksgiving.
This is the casino just past the Texas / Oklahoma border.
It is huge.
And easier to see than the sign that says,
"Welcome to Oklahoma"
which is what I was going to take a picture of, but missed!

Thursday, November 26
Rebecca and Aunt Debbie and Uncle Mike's dog Isabelle.
(Izzie for short)
They were together most of the day.

Except when Rebecca was daydreaming about the horses in the backyard!

Uncle Fred (my husband) helping
his great niece with her shoes!
This cutie pie is the newest edition to the family!

Here is the chaos right before dinner!
Matthew was in charge of the turkey and spilled a little of the drippings into the oven.
We teased him relentlessly about the smoke!

Friday, November 27
My sweet and beautiful niece.

Saturday, November 28
We came home so that we could start decorating for Christmas.
One of our family traditions is to have homemade sugar cookies when we decorate the tree.
Rebecca (and Josh was here too) did the honors.

Sunday, November 29
While Fred and I were out to see a movie (we went to see New Moon)
Rebecca put the garland on the mantle.
She also did some of the other decorating also...for which I was VERY grateful.
Josh came over to see the finished project.
(well, he was really bringing her home for the evening and we drug him in to see the house!)

Another week in pictures!


grey like snuffie said...

A smoked house for Thanksgiving...maybe it is an American tradition...I caught some pot holders on fire as I was trying to take something out of the oven...smoked us up a bit. Looks like a fun Thanksgiving.....lots of little cuties involved. Hope you have a grand week Liz.

Laura said...

Lovely memories, Liz! BTW, I love your blog too :)! Still playing with mine as well. Happy Advent :)

Cindy (Letters From Midlife) said...

fun photos, as always!