Another fabulous Thanksgiving. Thanks to my Aunt Donna and Uncle Gary for inviting us to their home and providing a wonderful meal. They fried a turkey, well two turkeys actually. And they were delicious, even as leftovers. Thanks to my mom and Aunt we had all the trimmings. More than we could eat. It was a great day.
I am just feeling crafty and wanted to share. At Lo’s school, they asked parents to provide a dessert for the teachers as they leave for Thanksgiving Holiday. I decided to make my families favorite truffles. We were asked to list ingredients and include our name. Since I was feeling crafty, I created these with free digital scrapbook paper from here.
And here is the whole thing put together. (I used what ribbon I had on hand and sorry I had to blurr out my address.)
I can relate to this one!
Lo and I went to the Arboretum in Dallas this summer (luckily before the triple digit temps but it was still HOT!) We met some playgroup friends there and had a nice day wondering through the flowers and looking at the castle exhibit (it seems it was called something else but that is what I get for waiting so long to share). I took lots of pictures of the kids playing and managed to sneak in a few flowers too. As fall arrives and the water neglected trees, as a result of the water restrictions, start to die, I love looking back at these pictures and remember that once the landscape of our area was blooming, vibrant, and pretty. Not drab, dull, and brown.
Lo has always done things a little different from most. It should be no surprise that her teeth are different too. As a baby, she got her bottom teeth first. So now she is loosing her bottom teeth first. All THREE of them. I suspect that a fourth will be soon to follow. The dentist has already warned us that she will be in need of some serious orthodontia. Regardless, she is just as cute with a few less teeth.