Now THAT's funny!
Got all my shopping done and the turkey is in the fridge thawing. I'm ready as I'm ever going to be. I will start baking pies on Tuesday and cakes & a ham on Wednesday. What a full week this is gong to be!Have a wonderful thanksgivign!
That's cute! I shopped yesterday for my staples. Will go back on Wed for fresh things......it's getting close. Fire up the oven!
I offered to cook but my brothers insist on going to the country club so they can get right to the tv. Silly boys. (I'll sneak some cooking in anyway)
Love the cartoon! Yep, I'm making all kinds of lists. My "to do" list is growing faster than I can write. LOLWe've just returned from our Marco Island trip, so I'm spending time in-between laundry to play "catch up" yet again with my blog reading.Hugs!Kat
Carolyn~ you are too organized!Leigh~ It is a two shop stop.Char~ I know. The games will be on ALLLL day.Kat~ did Rhoda and Peter redecorate while you were gone??
Oh my goodness piggly wiggly for sure this time of year!We had our Thanksgiving celebration pig out in early October!Many blessings to you on yours!hugs
Ohh - we don't have apiggly wiggly here in Chicago.
No Piggly Wiggly in my neck of the wood either. But we'll be makin' do with the local C&R store.
Nature Girl~ Piggly Wiggly is appropriate this time of year!DariusT & Lisa~ The Pig is a local chain throughout the south. I hope they can make it through the tough times... it's hard to compete with walmart these days. ~you know the fresh produce, good meats and service ':-0 Get me off my soap box!!
Too funny - just returned from Costco with 50 lb bag of flour in tow. That might make it part of the way through the Christmas baking.
LOL...my hubby would definitely go for that kind of shopping trip. He'd have both the pie and the whipped cream gone in a day!
LOL!! I love those BIG Costco pumpkin pies!
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