I am not quite sure how it became Thanksgiving week, 2017. It feels as though I just planted all of my spring flowers. But now they are gone and I have pumpkins on my front porch.
By now I am usually swimming in Thanksgiving meal preparations and ideas, but my son and his family bought their first house and they want to have the dinner.
But part of me is still thinking of everything that I usually do this time of the year. I guess old habits do really die hard! I will miss getting up early on Thanksgiving morning to get my turkey in the oven, going back to bed and then waking up to the house smelling amazing!
I always had the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade on while I cook. And the kids in me still enjoys Santa at the end!
I am a little late in sharing this but if you are looking for a meal planner, I have a link to my blog post that will definitely help, the link is here Holiday Meal Planner
There are also links to some of my recipes for the holidays in that blog.
If you need a little encouragement on how to survive all the expectations of the upcoming holidays, I have a link to my blog post here Less Stress for the Holiday Season
Hopefully some of my suggestions are helpful.
I have to admit, Thanksgiving is my most favorite holiday. The only expectation is the fellowship and meal with family and friends. But for me it is also the kick off to the Christmas holiday.
Remember to enjoy the holidays and your family and friends.