Chris’ parents are here in Oklahoma City with us and we started cooking yummy food this morning. I’ve never cooked a Thanksgiving meal, so I’m very excited to do it this year. I’m in charge of the green beans and Chris’ dad is the Mashed Potato King and Chris is the Master of the Stuffing. Chris’ mom is going to teach us all how to de-goo-ify the Turkey and not set it on fire. It’s going to be delicious and there’s something so comforting about the sounds of chopping and the smells of simmering celery and Ezras faint GASPS drifting down the hallway from his room where he is busy playing with his new Bob The Builder toy that Grandma and Grandpa bought for him yesterday at Target.
We’re also going to hang the Christmas Lights and possibly set up the Christmas tree and walk to the park once the bird is in the oven. All in all, it’s going to be a warm and fuzzy day and I really am so THANKFUL for family and this comfy house and the beautiful weather.
I’m thankful for all the people who are working at the grocery stores and elsewhere today so that I can make a million last minute trips to pick up things like Turkey Basters and Tin Foil and mascara. (What? I NEED it!)
I’m thankful for Ezekiel Cheatwood. Born yesterday to the coolest mom I know.
I’m thankful for all of you who read my internet ramblings. You all are helping me become more of who I am- allowing me to write… something I’ve always dreamed of doing in one form or another. Your encouragement and comments mean more to me than I can say.
I’m grateful for my life. So very, very grateful.
Now lets pull out some Turkey guts!