Life in transition with Ray but without Rochelle, Rebecca, and Elcie. The blog title is taken from the girls' names but "roc" and "rebel" works for me too.
Thank you dear Ann:-) xox
Thanks (even if I live in the States, we still celebrate every year!).
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Hi Granny, not commenting lots lately but I read your posts often. I'm missing my turkey dinner this year, it's not customary here in Greece. When I get home though I will cook a turkey to make up for it...ciao
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. I'm new to your site, but enjoyed seeing the Canadian flag with the Thanksgiving message. I will be back. Mary
Didn't know it was Thanksgiving in Canada. So much to learn... not much time to learn it..LOL WE had homecoming at church today, so we were feasting on all kinds of food. Had chicken casserole but didnt see any turkey... but about every other food you could mention was there... ate way too much!! Learned today that another of our church member's dad passed this morning. He was 88.
A Very Very Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, dear Granny....Another 6 weeks--give or take--and we will have our American Thanksgiving....Do you all eat Turkey on this day, too?
Cooking for 25!!! Help Me! The most I've ever cooked EVERYTHING for--Turkey, Stuffing, Veggies, etc., etc.. was 10 people....I have made stuffing for 30....but I didn't have to do anything else...lol!Have a good one!Oh, and my email is:myrtillo1984 AT yahoo DOT com
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