I hope all you had a great Thanksgiving. Ours was a bit subdued since we were missing members of our family. The food was spectacular as always. My brother-in-law loves to cook, and he does it well. He made three turkeys and there were only 18 of us!
He was also well prepared with takeout containers for all us.
My youngest son came home from college for the break. It’s been good to have him home. The funny thing is while he is gone our home is a healthy home. The minute he comes home we forget about health. The cookies are made or bought, chips, and cinnamon rolls fill our tummy’s. Life is fun! But tomorrow he’ll go back to school, and we will return to salads in preparation for the Christmas break.
2 thoughts on “The Day After”
Thanks for the comment, Jen. Yes, salads are the wave of the pre-Christmas future in our babyboomer lives!
LOL, Love that line about salads in preparation for Christmas. Never thought of that as one of the Christmas preparations but it’s oh so necessary.
Glad you had a good time.