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    We go to our daughter's for Thanksgiving

    And I get out of lifting that huge turkey and doing so much work!

    However, I do decorate my house for fall!






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    Very nice Linda! :D
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    wow, I am so impressed. Unfortunatley over here int he UK we don't have thanksgiving, and Halloween is ONE day of the month, not weeks lol. Which is a pity because I do love to decorate when I can, and we go all out decorating for Halloween and it seems such a waste for one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceicebaby View Post
    wow, I am so impressed. Unfortunatley over here int he UK we don't have thanksgiving, and Halloween is ONE day of the month, not weeks lol. Which is a pity because I do love to decorate when I can, and we go all out decorating for Halloween and it seems such a waste for one day.
    Thanksgiving is only one day here. So I decorate for autumn. You can do that, too. Even here in the USA people seldom decorate for autumn.

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    awwwwwwwww Kitty curtains!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyice View Post
    awwwwwwwww Kitty curtains!
    It's an apron hanging on the hinge to my pantry door.

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    Did you know that Thanksgiving is one of the busiest days of the year at movie theatres?

    Thus I always "get" to work...

    It's ok, I live about 1800 miles from my nearest family member, and I like to work when it is busy! Also, the employees love to bring in leftovers for me to eat so I get to experience lots of great home cooked Thanksgiving meals all in one day! If not, I can always have my fill of Popcorn!!! :D

    I have cooked a Thanksgiving meal once in my life (several years ago) and the turkey came out very well!

    E

    P.S. I have a few Thanksgiving decorations up, I will have to post pictures later as I have not taken any pictures yet....

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    The decorations are beautiful. It's funny how the small and simple things make things so wonderful!! Thank you for sharing your pics!!
    Wishing all a safe and loving Holiday!!

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