|Our table for three. We skipped the turkey (see the last post) and aside from stuffing and potatoes we had steak, vegetarian squash tart, salad, and grilled corn. I was the only one who wanted the pumpkin pie, though... More for me!|
|A better view of our feast. We sent our friend home with a ton of food and we still have leftovers. I guess that's the American tradition- overkill. (She liked the sparkling cider. Personally, that is always one of my favorite family traditions.)|
|J in front of the "Lo and Behold" or "Miro y Ve" fountain. This picture doesn't do it justice.|
|It wouldn't be a blog post by me if I didn't include my babies. This is an older picture that J took when walking the dogs. Now Lily is as big as Ruby. They are a funny duo.|
So, that's my holiday weekend in a nutshell. (Minus the top-secret holiday preparations for work and family/friends... and the two loads of laundry... and the massive cleaning on Thursday... and the grocery shopping... you get the picture- I just gave you the highlights.)
I hope that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend with your loved ones. I am glad that J and I were able to host our first successful psuedo-Thanksgiving. We had fun. I don't know what we'll do for Christmas, but honestly, I'm not even ready to think about that. Now, I'm off to pull my laundry out of the dryer. Fun stuff!