We spent this day of Thanksgiving at my in-law's house in North Carolina. Our original plans included going to WV, but as usual, those fell through. Having a husband in retail is not the best profession to be in this time of year (as far as family time goes). So, we adjusted and shifted things around which, after 15 years, I'm accustomed to doing. We arrived late Tuesday night. We really enjoyed our limited time with them and did nothing but visit. My MIL recently had surgery on her hand and was supposed to let me do all of the cooking. But, I knew when she agreed to that arrangement that it would never come to be. She cooked the full Thanksgiving spread...turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, broccoli casserole, deviled eggs, etc. Oh, it was so good too. The first words out of Tater's mouth when we sat down were, "I want one of everything!" Hubby and I graciously agreed to clean up after we'd stuffed ourselves silly. It's funny how you can bond with someone while doing dishes the "old fashioned" way...by hand! Our family is truly blessed and for that, I am thankful. I hope your day was full of feast and family as well. Happy Thanksgiving!
I'm a stay at home mom with a loving husband and two sons. Both of my children have been diagnosed with ADHD. My oldest also has three learning disabilities (LD). Educating others about ADHD and LD is my passion.