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November 29, 2013

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This dinner looks almost identical to ours. :))
Glad u had a good one.
xo

Hi Dana, I love your post and the sweet handmade placemats your adorable granddaughter made. It is wonderful for the kids to be involved. The food looks delicious and like bj said, much like the food we served for Thanksgiving. Tonight we had lovely leftovers and put a good dent in the many food containers we had. Mostly just turkey left over now.

The hand and foot plaques are a fun idea. I can be sure there will be photos of that painting project. I miss the fun times when our grands were younger but there are lots of fun times now as well. Just different.

We had a great Thanksgiving and I can see you did too. Love the photos so much. Our blessings are many Dana. We have so much when others have so little.

Have many happy days ahead.
Love, Jeanne

A wonderful post...
Prayers for you and your family....this coming week!

Hi lovely lady,
So happy you use a HoneySuckle because my husband is a food broker and sells HoneySuckle.
We also had a HoneySuckle turkey for Thanksgiving. I hope you and your family have a wonderful weekend. This is my first time on your beautiful blog.
Diane

Thanksgiving memories to last a life time. I adore the handprints---that is precious.
ann

The placemats are so sweet. Can't wait until I have a grandbaby of my own to create with.

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