And whatever you do,
whether in word or deed,
do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus,
giving thanks to God the Father through him.
I’m so grateful for the SSB community, for shared joys and sorrows and friendships.
I’m mindful that Thanksgiving Day may be difficult for some whose families have been torn apart by spiritual abuse or other difficult circumstances. There are several people who come to my mind instantly as I am typing these words. My heart goes out to you.
We’ve started preparations for our Thanksgiving meal. The new cranberry sauce recipe I tried did not set – oh well. If all else fails, I’ll bring it to another boil and try again. I still have to make the sweet potato casserole. I don’t have to do much as we have several cooks in the family who like to prepare their favorite part of the feast.
I’m looking forward to having my Caboose son help me set the table with the homemade turkeys he and his brother made a few years ago. The turkeys got their shape from tracing their hands (the thumbs are the turkeys’ heads – yea, I know, those are some turkeys – lol).
Happy Thanksgiving to all!
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