The night before Thanks Giving my fellowship team went out to feed the homeless and give them basic things like toiletries and blankets. It was like God was smiling down at us in the park in this amazing sunset. I was so grateful to be a part of this outreach, makes me so thankful for my home, food, and clothing. These people were over the moon grateful for a plate of food and some basic toiletries. What a way to put things in perspective
… and the day has come for the cooking fiesta!
My 6 year old daughter, made the stuffing, with me dictating the recipe. She did all the adding, mixing and tasting 🙂 with the added bonus of a whole lotta mess of course.
I had suggested to my kids that we go to Disney for the holidays, but it melt my heart that they’ll rather spend the day cooking and setting up our Christmas tree.
I’m such a proud momma, my 5 year old daughter bake the pies and cupcakes all I had to do is read the recipe. She did all the measuring, stirring with an added bonus of a lotta mess. LOL it it was so much fun!
We made gluten free cupcakes
I’m so grateful for my family, my friends, my home, my God who provide, take care of me and love me beyond measure!
I’m officially in full blown Christmas mode. Deck the Halls. Caroling. reindeer hats. ugly red sweater. The whole shebang!
How was your thanksgiving? What’s for Christmas?