This week I am going to talk about my favorite holiday.
Let's get right to it.
My favorite holiday is...... *drum roll*
For those of you who know me as a foodie you'll know that this is a FAVORITE day for me? Why?
Well, FOOD of course!
Yes, I am thankful for the MANY blessings poured into my life, but I try to live that out daily, not just every 4th Thursday in November.
This is why I am unashamedly personifying this line.
LOL. Thanksgiving has it's traditional dishes, but I always like to dream of jumping whisk first out of the box.
Do I ALWAYS create all sorts of fun and different dishes?
We tend to fall back on many of the classics because of their popularity, but that is just fine by me! I donn my apron for what feels like 12 straight hours and scramble around preparing for 6-20 people. It's varied year to year. We make it a habit to open up our home every Thanksgiving to those in our church who do not have family in town. It's a great way to show people love in a tangible way. It's also a fun way to get to know each other.
Last year we hosted my sis and her hubby along with a couple of friends that come to visit us every year here in WV from GA. Here we all are!
We had the traditional dishes, but I really wanted to make a fancy schmancy cheese display.
OH BABY. Was it ever good! I totally didn't keep the picture of it and APPARENTLY did not post it. WHA?!!!?!!
If you know or follow me on social media I post almost all of my food.
Seriously mourning that I never posted the cheese display.
So yeah... Thanksgiving. Back to the actual reason why I am blogging today.
I appreciate the many opportunities that Thanksgiving affords me to prepare for the Holiday Season, open my home to new people, reconnect with family and friends all while expressing my gratitude for what our Lord has blessed us with through the year.
It's just wonderful.