Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Thanks Full

Tomorrow is my favorite of the holidays. I am all about the food. Turkey. Cranberry sauce. Mashed potatoes and gravy. Even when my family ruins it, the remnants of goodness are there.

This year is the first time we're doing Thanksgiving someplace other than my mom's. My newlywed brother and new sis-in-law are hosting (which means dinner might actually be good!). I'm in charge of pumpkin bisque and homemade cranberry sauce (with orange juice and cinnamon stick). And I'm going to start the cranberries soon because they actually taste better the next day.

So before I get all caught up in cooking, I wanted to say thank you to you all.

Thanks for reading, even when I'm dull. Even when my dyslexia is so bad that I'm incomprehensible. Even when I haven't posted for a week or two because life intervenes.

Thanks for commenting, for making me feel like my words aren't just disappearing into the ether. For the ego boosts and the laughs and the thoughtful words that never fail to make my day.

Thank you for your words. Most of you have blogs that inspire and amuse me, make me think or teach me something new, make me laugh or make me think. You are all of you amazing people.

I wish you and all that you love a wonderful Thanksgiving. May your turkey be moist and may the company be good.



Linda Myers said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you, too. Hope the cranberry sauce is simply wonderful

Duke said...

And a very happy thanksgiving to you Decca. May it extend through the holidays too.

FinnyKnits said...

Because I'm reading your posts late, I'm only now getting to wish you a Happy Turkey.

BUT, the bonus is that I know that you had a good Thanksgiving and, for once, good food, too.

HOORAY for not dying of salmonella poisoning!