I still need to get us packed. That's what I'm heading to do now. But I wanted to, first, leave you with a couple of adorable turkeys to get you prepared.
Brynne and her class turkey. Her feather is the noodle one on the far right. She also made this turkey she is holding. She loves art projects and I am confident she did each part all by herself.
Here is Eli's turkey hat. On the contrary, I was told he was a pill during this whole project. He hates art projects. He might have colored the brown, although I am sure with help, and he did draw lines on the green turkey feather, but you just can't see it. He did enjoy wearing it, though, and saying "gobble gobble". I told him I always knew he was a turkey.
Our family hopes that each one of you reading this has a wonderful time with your family this holiday. Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks. Sometimes we forget to do that in all the hustle and bustle of turkey dinners and shopping. But, this season I am eternally grateful for the blessings God has bestowed on me, most especially the blessings of an awesome family. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!