Monday, November 24, 2008

Countdown to Thanksgiving -- And a Meme

The days are flying by. I must get out the turkey china and shop!

But oh, look at this -- taken today after we delivered over 1,000 pounds of food to the Food Bank from our station collection (and this is only after the first three weeks; we go till December 15).

Yes, beautiful berries and snow. Looks beautiful also, doesn't it -- don't let it fool you!

Today I am grateful that I have the resources to be able to have a lovely Thanksgiving dinner (and dinner everyday) and some special treasures from my mom to make the holiday more festive, while remembering her.

But first, a meme. I saw this on Qugrainne's blog. No tagging here, but if you decide to do it too, do leave me a comment so I can visit!

Seven Things I Did Before...

Go to England
Do lots of acting
Did lots of singing
Adopt Stray Cats
Participate in road rallies
Protest Vietnam
Volunteer at a Grief Center

Seven Things I Do Now

Work for a public TV station
Have a wonderful relationship
Do art/collage
Own a house
Cook Like a Crazy Lady
Go Crazy at Christmas

Seven Things I Want to Do

Go to Paris
Retire while I'm young enough to enjoy it
Get healthy
Lose more weight
Paint my living room
Write a family cookbook with stories
Meet some of the bloggers I've met online

Seven Things that Attract Me in Others

Sense of humor
Generosity of spirit and self
Sense of joy
Good listener

Seven Favorite Foods

Peppermint Stick Ice Cream
Italian anything
Christmas cookies
Bread -- especially home baked or artisanal

Seven Things I Say Most Often

Gyppy, Mummy's Home
What's Up?
Sure -- when do you need it?
OK, let's think about this.
Yeah, I can do that.


Bill said...

If you want to create a family cookbook, I have the site for you. I created a wonderful family cookbook using Family Cookbook Project and I could not be happier with how easy it was to get everyone in my family to contribute recipes and then have our family cookbook printed. Not only do we have a printed cookbook, but are recipes are online so it is easy to email them to friends that don’t have the cookbook available to them.

A family cookbook is something everyone can enjoy for many, many years! Good luck.

JessInFocus said...

Hope you have a great Thanksgiving! Like the meme!

Joanne Huffman said...

I enjoyed reading your meme. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!


Herzblatt said...

I wish you the best Thanksgiving on the world with much fun, a great meal and everything you love!!!!

Jeanne said...

Love you said...

Cute list! I want to go to Paris too....

Have a lovely holiday!

Naturegirl said...

Jeanie wishing you and yours blessings this Thanksgiving weekend!
Here in Canada we celebrated in Oct.

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