Thanksgiving!

It’s supposed to be a family gathering. Fewer people this year than usual, but they still were in my thoughts. I remember growing up most years we drove to my Grandparents and had huge family dinner. Whatever happened to those days?
A couple cards I made:

I was sad to hear my Mom was sick and all alone for Thanksgiving. Wish she lived closer and we could have gone and gotten her. No one should be alone for a holiday!

It’s really hard to believe there’s only a month until Christmas. I’ve got to get my Christmas cards in the mail, hopefully I’ve not forgotten anyone. Then decide on gifts and start my baking and candy making.

I won’t be out shopping today like alot of people, hoping for a quiet day at home and do some cleaning. I have a huge mess in my scrapbooking room from making my cards. Then I’ve got to get the outside lights out and check for burned bulbs. We always put up our outside Christmas lighting Thanksgiving weekend, that is if the weather permits.

Where has this last year gone? It’s hard to believe it’s time to decorate for Christmas!

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About Grandmomof7

I’ve been Stay At Home Wife & Mom for 40 years. then in Dec. 2011 I became a widow when GBM-4 Brain Cancer took Rudy from me. We raised 3 daughters (our 4th daughter in heaven) and have 7 grandkids. Originally from Northern California, but have lived in Eastern Washington since 1981. I do allot of crafts, such as sewing, crochet, cross stitch, baking, cake decorating, scrapbooking, paper crafting and family genealogy. In June 2014, I became a caregiver again, this time with my Mom. Mom passed away on Dec. 30, 2014.
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