Thursday, November 26, 2015

HAPPY THANKSGIVING 2015

ALL OUR BEST!


We'll be having our own small Thanksgiving, cooking up some good food, and sharing with others.  Posts will be sporadic this weekend, unless the weather changes things of course.  This IS Houston after all, it might be nice, it might be a monsoon flood, it might be warm, it might be freezing...one thing IS for sure, we'll have full tummies!

Happy Thanksgiving to each of you, we are truly thankful to call all of you friends...


20 comments:

Sadie J said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

Texas Rose said...

What a beautiful card! Happy Thanksgiving!

1st Man said...

Thank you!!! Same to you and your family as well!

1st Man said...

Thank you, we just love the images of those old cards. Times were much simpler then. Happy Thanksgiving to you sweet lady!

Gemmagirl said...

Happy thanksgiving to you and yours from up here in Canada

1st Man said...

Thank you!!! Much appreciated...and my guess is you are very cold right about now, ha. Stay warm!!

Elephant's Child said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from far too sunny Oz.

anne marie in philly said...

62F and sunny at 3:10p here; gobble gobble!

Tomato Thymes said...

Happy Thanksgiving from Zone 5 B. I cannot believe it is 68 degrees here in SW Ohio.

Gail said...

Blessings to you both.

Practical Parsimony said...

We have guaranteed ac weather here for a few days--in 70s. Happy Thanksgiving!

1st Man said...

Sunny Oz, I bet its nice and warm there. Aren't you going into Summer? Thank you much!!!

1st Man said...

Wow, unseasonably warm for you all? Thanks!!!

1st Man said...

Thank YOU!!!!! 68? Wow!! Happy Thanksgiving to you too!

1st Man said...

Thank you and the same back to you!

1st Man said...

That's unusual for you huh? Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Velva said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

Velva

1st Man said...

Thank you Velva, you too!!!!

Valerie said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Wishing you a bountiful day!

Sandy said...

1st Man,

May you, and 2nd Man have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Stay dry, and warm, were expecting plenty of rain and ice.