Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and if you’re feeling a bit behind in your preparations, you’re not alone. I recently had to do a quick Google search to double-check the date for this year’s Thanksgiving, and it’s safe to say that many of us are in the same boat. As the TSA anticipates record numbers of travelers at airports, it’s clear that this year’s Thanksgiving will be a big one for many Americans. But amid the holiday hustle and bustle, there’s some good news for those planning to host a traditional turkey feast at home – the cost of the holiday centerpiece, the turkey, has seen a significant drop in prices this year, making home-cooked celebrations more budget-friendly.
As we head into November, many of us are thinking about Thanksgiving dinner. It is my favorite dinner of the year! I let all my dieting tricks go out the window for the one night, so I can enjoy turkey, stuffing, and all the fixings. But even though I may overeat, I try to make my dinner as eco-friendly as possible.
My most cherished Thanksgiving took place several years ago, when my children were all under 10. At that point, most of our Thanksgivings had been at home. My husband and I both hate to venture out on Thanksgiving weekend. We especially despise traveling with three kids who relish bickering in public places like airports and relatives houses. So for years we stayed put. We usually entertained a mlange of friends and family with a simple, casual meal and a lot of football playing and TV watching.
For all those little boys celebrating a birthday this summer…we have an awesome party idea to share with you! For Greyson’s 1st Birthday, we decided to do an outdoor camping theme as he loves to be outside and his daddy loves to go fishing! You don’t need to live in the mountains or by a river to throw this party…you can bring the great outdoors right to very own backyard! Fishing Hole