Goodness Gracious..........December is already HERE! Welcome, December!
We had a lovely Thanksgiving and hope y'all did too!!
My little Thanksgiving Pilgrims I get out every year
there was mashed "taters", dressing, gravy, rolls, and of course, turkey and pecan pie with whipped cream.
Turkey served up every Thanksgiving on Mr. Front porch's Grandma's platter.
Did any of y'all drink "red pop" on hot summer days when you were kids? It was a treat I didn't get too often, but I loved it. I was remembering it last month and wondering if they even still made it?! So I went searching. Nobody had it. I looked all over!
A little country store in the middle of nowhere HAD IT! And it tasted just like I remembered.
Yay for lil country stores! Who also have this:
Big buckets of Greens! and green "maters" ready to FRY THEM UP! yum!
AND MOON PIES TOO! lol
The annual Macy's Thanksgiving parade was enjoyed:
It might've been chilly in New York, but it was a real nice sunny day here, nice and warm. We spent most of it outside.
My favorites are the marching bands. This year they were from California, Florida, South Dakota, Missouri, Texas, and other states.
Our geraniums are still in
............and now, on to Christmas!
Poinsettias and Christmas cactus are now displayed on the store shelves:
and we've been out clipping greens to decorate our fireplace mantels.
Charleston has decked her halls as well. We were there yesterday and enjoyed the sights.