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From: klight (76.101.50.35)
Subject:         Cheese cake is in the oven, cranberry salad is being prepared....
Date: November 26, 2008 at 1:18 pm PST

In Reply to: Good morning, sisters! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving! posted by Punkinelly on November 26, 2008 at 4:30 am:

to chill overnight and I'm prepping veggies to save time tomorrow before cooking them.

BF and his dd will be the only ones eating here. She's 12, hates veggies ( I'm veg) and is a picky eater with a terrible diet in general so I'm anxious to see if she'll even try anything I make.

My brood will all be coming over for dessert and an evening of fun after they have a meal with my ex. I'm preparing a feast so there will be lots of leftovers so that they can take some - they all wanted to make sure I was preparing the usual things they love, LOL!

I'm excited and really looking forward to having everyone here together for a change. Makes a mother's heart feel good!

I'm hoping to put my Christmas tree up tonight when I get home from work at the salon.

Mary, I'm sorry you're having a hard time communicating but I had to chuckle when I read that. Really though, I can imagine myself in your shoes being totally frustrated.

Well, back to the kitchen I go.

Have a wonderful, blessed day!


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